Egypt's high court says elections are unconstitutional

June 15, 2012

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Egypt’s supreme court has declared last year’s parliamentary vote unconstitutional just two days before Egyptians are supposed to vote for a new president. The court has called for the dissolution of the lower house of parliament and new elections.

Cairo-based journalist Ashraf Khalil and Nezar Al-Sayyad, Chair for Middle Eastern studies at UC-Berkeley, join us to discuss what this decision could mean for the future of the country.