Egypt's democracy deficit; culture wars in Hungary

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Pascale Harter introduces personal experiences, opinions and analysis from correspondents around the world. In this edition: ALEEM MAQBOOL explores why despite an elected government and head of state, some Egyptians still don't feel represented - and are getting very used to expressing their resentments in street protest. Meanwhile, in Budapest, NICK THORPE fathoms some of the turbulence around the arts and politics in Hungary. Why do the cultural and political establishments appear to be at each others' throats recently?

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Sat 2 Feb 2013 04:50 GMT

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