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Will Elections Mean The End Of Tahrir?

In the first half of 2011 New Matilda spoke with a former member of the Obama Campaign team living in Egypt about his predictions for the parliamentary elections. Even early on he knew the Islamists would dominate. He had worked in formal, elite politics. There is something resembling a science to it. Now Egypt seems on track to elect a new president and his predictions may still be relevant.
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