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Talk about the election in Egypt which is you know the in the wake -- sort of seemingly in the wake of the Arab Spring.
Bishop Harry Jackson and that was in our DC bureau and -- -- -- who is in LA.
Saudi I want to bring you -- on this issued what does it say -- you.
That there is this sort of play between the secular vs the islamists.
In the election and that's and that they Arab Spring to be young people that idealized -- Ideological kind of -- and democratic voices are sort of not being -- and the strong voice here.
Well actually that the facts of the matter is is that this election isn't democratic process.
And this is a pivotal moment in Egypt's history where they're having an election after -- years.
This election is the business at Egypt.
And and -- who who no matter who is the leader who is that little leadership that Egypt that people want to see change.
They want to see freedom from intimidation.
Whether that's through the military.
Whether that's through religion.
And the real work will be -- post elections.
And it is important that whoever is elected.
That that people respect that decision instead of marching back to interior square -- The number one priority should be creating a framework for the government and trading a constitution.
That every one.
-- to and can abide by it sounds like it.
There was another report from a others -- Reporter that talked about how the young people -- there actually disappointed.
In the results of this election that they -- -- person is not exactly getting the video the prominence and the support that they wouldn't have had hoped.
-- how did you do and do you agree with that word you see something else happening.
Right after I -- I cannot speak for at.
Than the young people of Egypt I I know the Egyptian Americans who I spoke live locally.
Many of them are happy that an election is taking place no one would and it would have imagined that this solid.
Have happened over years and again this is a pivotal moment in -- Egypt's history which should be celebrated.
Young people and women were the face of this and -- revolution.
And post election they have to continue as hurting themselves but the fact that young people have a voice the fact that women have a voice.
I believe that these are healthy sign up -- What do you think about the -- in the elections in Egypt.
Well there's a -- national concern.
Obviously how friendly.
Those who get in power.
Will be to the west.
And also how much.
Well haven't in terms of the rights of women specifically.
There my daughter is spent a year.
Only needed I'm not an expert but she taught at the American University in Cairo I've traveled to Cairo on two separate occasions.
And does -- might.
Exposure though says -- the poverty can drive of people perhaps to make some short term decisions.
That may not be in their best interest I think that theocracy.
Forward drew a Islamic state that it.
Is more Alla.
Tradition that religiously based would be a major problem for the world not just for Egypt well.
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