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As Egypt's Constitution in Limbo, Morsi's Grabs More Power

  • Aired: 11/23/2012
  • 06:09
  • Rating: E
After a successful stint as the primary mediator to negotiate a cease-fire between Israel and Hamas, Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi took additional presidential powers, leading to protests largely led by non-Islamic groups. George Washington University's Nathan Brown talks with Ray Suarez about what motivated Morsi's actions.
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