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Egypt unrest: Divisions remain in post-Mubarak era

The crowds in Cairo's Tahrir Square have again been out in force ahead of next week's parliamentary elections.

But the voices in the square calling for the army to step down are now being challenged by demonstrations in support of the military.

Meanwhile, the largest political grouping in Egypt, the Muslim Brotherhood, has distanced itself from taking sides in the ongoing unrest.

Jeremy Bowen has been assessing the support for various factions ahead of the polls.

  • 25 Nov 2011
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