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Libya’s first democratic elections

Tonight, Voices of the Middle East and North Africa speaks to Professor Ali Ahmida, who teaches political science at the University of New England, about Lybia’s first truly democratic election in almost 60 years, which happened this weekend, and whose results are still being counted.

This is followed by a conversation with popular Tunisian singer Emel Mathlouthi. She came to prominence in Tunisia during the revolution and was here a few weeks ago.

Tonight’s program

On this week’s program, we’ll be speaking with three Leading analysts of Egypt, Professor Asef Bayat and Linda Herrera of University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and Professor Samer Shahate of George Town University about their contribution to the brand new book, the Journey to Tahrir : Revolution, protest and Social Change in Egypt, 1999-2011

 

We will be also hearing track from the CD Kelmti Horra ( My Word Is Free) by Tunisia’s rising singing star, Emel Mathlouthi ( take a look on our previous post )

 

 

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