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Egypt Politics 'Entering New, Dangerous Period'

  • Aired: 06/15/2012
  • 05:29
  • Rating: E
More than 200 policemen were deployed outside Egypt's parliament Friday after a court nullified recent elections. Jeffrey Brown and Harvard University professor Tarek Masoud discuss the dashed hopes of the Egyptian people as voters head to the polls this weekend for a presidential election.
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