The Current | Jul 4, 2013 | 22:00

What's the plan for Egypt's military road map?

Ousted by the military, its president in custody, the Muslim Brotherhood did not go quietly into the Egyptian night. Egypt today is not what it was yesterday, it's far from clear what it'll look like tomorrow and if there is any plan.

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