Abdel Fattah El-Sisi overthrew the first democratically elected president in Egypt's history. He soon portrayed himself as the man who would save the country as it was facing what many of his supporters said it was a threat from the Muslim Brotherhood.

That propelled him to office after a controversial vote. Once in office, Sisi promised he would restore security and improve the lives of millions of Egyptians.

But has any of those promises been met during his first year in power? And is Egypt better under his rule?


Presenter: David Foster

Guests:

David Hearst - editor of the Middle East Eye

Maha Azzam - head of the Egyptian Revolutionary Council

Omar Ismail - chair of the Arab Labour Party

Source: Al Jazeera