After weekend exploratory talks that included the Muslim Brotherhood, many feel Egyptian authorities have succeeded in their bid to buy more time. François Picard's panel argues the next move of a leaderless movement.
Mona EL-NAGGAR, Reporter, New York Times Cairo bureau
Ragui ASSAAD, Professor at the Humpfrey School of Public Affairs of the University of Minnesota
Chérine FOTY, Egyptian-American attorney
Eric OLANDER, France 24 Digital media editor
Produced by Perrine DESPLATS, Yi SONG, Anelise BORGES, Louise McWATT