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Studio interview: Will trial solve Egypt's problems?

08-03-2011 19:00 BJT

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The trial of Egypt's former President, Hosni Mubarak, has started in Cairo. Mubarak was forced to leave power in February after massive protests and violence. And we will now bring you live to Cairo where the fallen leader appears in court. Full Story>>

For more analysis of Hosni Mubarak's trial, we are joined in the studio by Professor Li Guofu. He's the Director of the Middle East Studies Center at the China Institute of International Studies.

Q1, Mubarak has appeared in court, lying on a stretcher, in a cage. Many Egyptians have high expectations for the trial, but some say it cannot solve Egypt's problems. What do you think this trial means for Egypt?

Q2, Some analysts suggest the trial has messages for the whole Arabic world. What do you think?

Editor:Zhang Ning |Source: CNTV.CN

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