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Prospects for Egypt in 2010
Prospects for Egypt in 2010
Since 2005, when the administration of US President George W Bush was weighing heavily on Cairo to carry out democratic reforms, Egypt has experienced a tumultuous few years.
Friday, February 26,2010 20:34
Zawya
tags: Mubarak / Arab World / Middle East / US President / Bush / Democratic Reforms / Presidential Elections / Kifaya Movement / Secular Opposition / Washington / Obama
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