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Latest update : 2013-07-31

Egypt: a dangerous stalemate

Egypt is at a dangerous stalemate. The EU's Catherine Ashton has managed to meet with ousted president Mohamed Morsi - who is still in custody - but the people continue to take to the streets. Mark Owen and his panel discuss whether Egypt can move forward without the Muslim Brotherhood.

  • Myra DARIDAN, Egyptian author and researcher;  Former member of the Economic and Social Council in France;
  • Mohamed SALEM, France 24 journalist;
  • Gianni CARTA, Europe Correspondent, CartaCapital;
  • Omar ASHOUR, Senior Lecturer, IAIS, University of Exeter; Non-Resident Fellow, Brookings Doha Center;
  • Hamza ZOBAA, Writer, journalist and member of the Muslim Brotherhood.

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    Programme prepared and produced by David Boratav, Mary Colombel, Christopher Davis
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