Fifteen months after Hosni Mubarak's fall, the second act of Egypt's revolution is underway. Millions of Egyptians are choosing a president in the first free elections in the country's 5,000-year history. Douglas Herbert and his panel discuss whether the newly elected president will have a chance of healing divisions while tackling poverty and fighting violent crime.
- Shahira RIGAUD, Member of Coptic Solidarity, France
- Bernard HAYKEL, Professor of Near Eastern Studies, Princeton University
- Eric TRAGER, Next Generation Fellow, Washington Institute for Near East Policy
Programme produced and preapred by Christopher Davies, Anelise Borges and Mary Colombel