Is Egypt's Revolution Under Threat?
- Al Jazeera
- Publication Date:
- 30 May 2012
Two men. One post. An unhappy nation. Protests have followed the first round of Egypt's presidential election. The race is now down to two men - Ahmad Shafiq and Mohammed Morsi.
It appears that Egyptians have a stark choice between a former military man with links to a regime they fought so hard to remove and a candidate whose message appeals to the devout, but who makes some of the country's 82 million people uneasy. So what does this mean for the Egyptian revolution? Guests: Ahmed Naguib, Saad Eddin Ibrahim, Rami Khouri.