What kind of country is emerging from the Egyptian revolution?
This topic was dicussed on March 10. Listen to the programme.
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There are three big stories dominating the news here in Egypt....
More Coptic Christians died yesterday during a protest they'd organised.
A few metres from here in Tahrir Square, there were clashes between protestors who'd set up camp there, and a group of men who wanted them out. I've not heard any news of further clashes today yet.
Probably the biggest news though is that Mohammed el Baradei is standing for President (if certain reforms happen).
There's also talk on twitter, though to be honest not among the people I've met so far, about the problems women had in Tahrir Square on Tuesday. Their harassment has raised broader issues about where women's rights fits into this revolution.
All of which we're hoping from discuss at the flat of Zacharia, who many of you will have heard on WHYS over the past few weeks. He's invited us and lots of our other most regular contributors over, and so long as we can get a satellite signal, that's where we'll be.
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