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Polarized Egypt Protests and Prepares for Referendum Vote

  • Aired: 12/14/2012
  • 08:19
  • Rating: E
Though largely unified during the Arab Spring, Egyptians find themselves again divided into two factions, with liberal and secular groups worried that Morsi and Islamist groups would have too much power if the proposed constitution is passed. Margaret Warner reports on what this referendum could mean for Egyptian democracy.
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