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Former President Mohammed Morsi is not the only Egyptian citizen under indictment by the military-led government that ousted him. Former lawmaker and political scientist Amr Hamzawy was also recently charged — in his case, for insulting the judiciary in a tweet. Robert Siegel speaks with Hamzawy about the state of freedoms in Egypt under military rule.
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