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Egyptians 'robbed of their revolution'

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Protesters at Tahrir Square in Cairo say they will not leave until the ruling military council resigns despite a promise from the head of the ruling council, that next week's parliamentary elections would go ahead as planned.

Nagi al-Ghatrifi from the liberal opposition party Hizb al-Ghad reflects on the effect the protests may have on the democratic process.


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