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What has become of the Egyptian revolution after the initial euphoria of Tahrir Square?
Nawal el-Saadawi has been fighting for change in Egypt for more than half a century.
Riz Khan
As unrest spreads from one Arab country to the next, protest leaders look beyond shortcomings of the Islamic Revolution.
Roxane Farmanfarmaian
Egyptian presidential aspirant Nawal el-Saadawi has announced that she is pulling out of the September elections, because of a recent constitutional amendment stipulating tough conditions for viable candidates to contest the polls for the first time.

An Egyptian parliamentary committee has proposed tough conditions for independents hoping to stand in the country's first multi-candidate presidential elections, expected to take place in September.

Nawal el-Saadawi is an internationally recognised Egyptian novelist and psychiatrist.

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