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Analysis, Analysis / Opinion, Egyptian elections

Scorecard: Egypt since the revolution


Celebrations in Tahrir Square, Cairo after the announcement of Mubarak's resignation

Egypt’s revolution came to life on January 25th, 2011 and since then the military generals of the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces have been the de facto rulers of Egypt. Egyptian protesters had many demands that had to be met quickly by the military after the toppling of former president Hosni Mubarak currently on trial. One year later, the revolution lives on. But have those demands been met?

Al Jazeera, Qatar

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