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Bassem Sabry's Articles

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Whatever happens on 30 June – for good or ill – Egypt stands in dire need of a profound breakthrough, be it a leadership change through snap presidential elections or a new-found respect for national consensus

After a tumultuous year that has seen a widening chasm between Egypt's ideological and political forces, writer and blogger Bassem Sabry believes the country has witnessed profound and positive changes

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The "Arab Citizen" analyses the disappointment that has led to a significant portion of the Egyptian population willingly promoting Omar Suleiman for the presidency

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New 'revolutionary' presidential candidate Khaled Ali, a prominent labour lawyer and activist, has energised Egyptian activists and expanded the electoral pool of choices, but what values does a candidate like Ali represent?

While it is important to understand what advantages Islamists had in the elections, it is also important to understand where liberal and secular forces failed

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