Mohamed Elbaradei, Egyptian opposition leader

From Top stories – France 24 - International News 24/7 Mon Dec 24 2012, 12:43:07

Following a much disputed referendum on Egypt's new constitution, Alexander Turnbull talks with Nobel peace prize winner Dr. Mohamed ElBaradei, one of the country's main opposition figures. At the head of the largest opposition coalition, he explains why he believes the law-writing process and the vote were hijacked by the ruling Muslim Brotherhood.

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