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Interview: Muslim Brotherhood's political future

02-16-2011 13:48 BJT

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For more analysis on Egypt's changing political landscape, we're joined by Li Guofu, a Senior Research Fellow at the China Institute of International Studies. Hello, Mr. Li.

Q1: Egypt's Constitutional Amendment Committee will begin drafting amendments for the country's constitution within ten days. Is it likely to repeal the ban on religious groups from participating in the country's politics?

Q2: Should the Muslim Brotherhood be able to form its own political party and play a role in Egypt's politics? And if so, what change will this bring to the country's political landscape?

Thank you for your time. That's Li Guofu, Senior Research Fellow from the China Institute of International Studies.





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