Amr Moussa: The revolution in Egypt has not failed
The Egyptian authorities are drafting a new constitution that would ban religious-based political parties.
It has prompted a furious reaction from those who support the deposed President, Mohamed Morsi.
They say it will incite "chaos" within Egypt and opens the door to "the system which produced pharaohs".
HARDtalk speaks to the country's former foreign minister and former head of the Arab League, Amr Moussa. He supports the new military-backed government, but does he trust it to bring true democracy to Egypt?
Available since: Tue 3 Sep 2013
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