Live Take From Egypt One Year After the Revolution

Wednesday, January 25, 2012

Egyptian demonstrators hold up a huge national flag with the slogan 'Leave, Egypt is bigger than all of you' written on it in Arabic in Cairo's Tahrir square on November 25, 2011. (MAHMUD HAMS/AFP/Getty Images/Getty)

Today marks the one year anniversary of the uprising in Egypt’s that ousted President Hosni Mubarak. Over the past twelve months, the country has taken big steps to transition to a more democratic government. Egypt rewrote its constitution and the first freely elected parliament in more than 60 years held their first session this week. Yolande Knell, correspondent for our partner the BBC, gives us a report from the ground.

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Yolande Knell

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