Has anything really changed in Egypt?
Egypt's military rulers are calling for a probe into the weekend's unrest in Cairo that left 25 people dead and an estimated 300 injured.
On Sunday security forces moved in on a protest march organised by Coptic Christians angry at an attack on a church.
Eyewitnesses say troops opened fire on the crowds and TV footage shows military vehicles running people down. More unrest followed on Monday.
So what does this say about the military government's handling of civilian protests?
After the euphoria of the revolution, has anything really changed in Egypt?
BBC listener Fally Fidal Mwelii in Kenya says "It's a Different cast but the same script". Do you agree?
Who is really in charge, and what are the prospects for peaceful change with the country's parliamentary elections due to be held in November?
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