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Menna Taher and Simon Hanna
As campaigning reaches its peak ahead of the second round of parliamentary elections, the Revolution Continues electoral alliance is hoping for success in Giza. [Also see video below] Egypt’s first post-Mubarak parliamentary elections kicked off in the wake of one of the bloodiest clampdowns by security and military forces against protesters. Over forty protesters died as a result while thousands were seriously injured. The Revolution Continues electoral alliance, which ...Keep Reading »
Menna Taher and Simon Hanna write for Ahram Online.
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