On 30 June, over 14 million Egyptians took to the street demanding that President Morsi step down and on 3 July, the Egyptian military forced him out and suspended the constitution. Morsi supporters call it a coup; his opponents call it revolution 2.0 – but what kind of revolution is it? Will the military return civilian rule as promised? And what kind of democracy can emerge under these conditions? It`s Your Call, with Rose Aguilar.
This program was aired on Monday, July 8th on Your Call, a daily political affairs call-in program broadcast on KALW-FM public radio in San Francisco and KUSP in Santa Cruz. The program airs live from 10-11 a.m. Pacific/1-2 p.m. Eastern Time.
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Adel Iskandar, scholar of Arab studies and author of Egypt in Flux: Essays on an Unfinished Revolution
Mona Atia, assistant professor of Geography and International Affairs at George Washington University
Wael Eskandar, journalist at Egypt`s Ahram Online