Egypt after Morsi

We hear from people in Egypt about how they see their lives after the removal of President Mohammed Morsi and the installation of interim President Adly Mansour. Also, we will be discussing whether what happened in Egypt yesterday was a coup, what this means and what does it say about democracy in Egypt?

Adly Mansour (C), Egypt's chief justice and head of the Supreme Constitutional Court, is applauded by other judges after his swearing in ceremony as the nation"s interim president in Cairo July 4, 2013, a day after the army ousted Mohamed Mursi as head of state. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh

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