Should Mohamed Morsi be TIME's Person of the Year?

From Africa is a Country Mon Dec 3 2012, 03:00:24

Last week, as he made a bid to become Egypt's latest dictator, plunging the country into a constitutional crisis, and drawing new crowds to Tahrir Square, TIME magazine interviewed Mohamed Morsi. The 'exclusive' interview took the title 'We're Learning How to Be Free' -- which, in light of Morsi's recent attempt to grant himself un-democratic [...]

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