Can protesters achieve political change in Egypt?

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Dozens have been arrested since demonstrations began on September 20.
Protesters are angry about corruption, a deteriorating economy and poor living conditions.
The protests reignited on the anniversary of last year's major rallies, that took place after whistleblower Mohamed Ali posted video messages saying Sisi spends public money building luxury homes.
These demonstrations might be the biggest since 2019 - but can they achieve anything?

Presenter: Rob Matheson

Guests:
Ahmed Said - Coordinator, The Egyptian Commission for Rights and Freedoms
Sahar Aziz - Professor of Law, Rutgers University
Timothy Kaldas - Non-resident fellow, The Tahrir Institute for Middle East Policy

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Egypt
Tags
egypt, protests, politics, change
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