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Studio interview: Is Mubarak tried to ease public anger?

08-04-2011 14:09 BJT

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For more insight on the trial of Mubarak, we are joined by our current affairs commentator, Professor Tao Wenzhao from Tsinghua University.

Q: Three more weeks of renewed demonstrations have taken place in Tahrir square ahead of the trial. Protestors are calling for faster reform. Do you think the trial reflects the leadership's echoing of these demands, or is it just a move to ease public anger?

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