The Current | Apr 17, 2013 | 24:00

Recovering hope of Tahrir Square: Mohamed Aboulgar

Whatever the protests in Tahrir square promised, many Egyptians feel they're not it. Mohamed Aboulghar, one of the founders of the National Salvation Front explains what he plans to do about all the disillusionment.

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