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Egyptian PM: 'Nobody's above the law in this country'

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Since the revolution in Egypt which overthrew President Mubarak, the country now has a democratically-elected president but arguments over the framing of a new constitution have sparked clashes between rival Islamist and secular activists in Tahrir Square.

Stephen Sackur speaks to Egypt's Prime Minister Hisham Qandil and asks whether Field Marshal Mohammed Hussein Tantawi and other senior figures within the military should face legal action for the deaths of a large number of Egyptians during the transitional period.

You can watch the full interview on BBC World News on Tuesday 6 November at 04:30, 09:30, 15:30 and 21:30 GMT and on the BBC News Channel at 04:30 GMT.

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