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June 24, 2013 7:37 PM

In Egypt, does ‘will of the people’ mean keeping or ousting Morsi?

The demonstrations scheduled for later this week to mark the first anniversary of Mohammed Morsi’s ascension to Egypt’s presidency revolve around a single question: Which defines the will of the people, what happened at the ballot boxes a year ago or the growing anger today at what many think has been Morsi’s politically corrupt and incompetent leadership?

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