After One Year, Egyptians Show Displeasure With Morsi

In this July 13, 2012 file photo, then Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi speaks to reporters at the presidential palace in Cairo. Egyptian prosecutors on Saturday, Dec. 21, 2013, referred the ousted president to a third trial, on charges of organizing prison breaks during the 2011 uprising, spreading chaos in the country and abducting policemen in collaboration with foreign militants.
In this July 13, 2012 file photo, then Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi speaks to reporters at the presidential palace in Cairo. Egyptian prosecutors on Saturday, Dec. 21, 2013, referred the ousted president to a third trial, on charges of organizing prison breaks during the 2011 uprising, spreading chaos in the country and abducting policemen in collaboration with foreign militants. Maya Alleruzzo / AP Photo
In this July 13, 2012 file photo, then Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi speaks to reporters at the presidential palace in Cairo. Egyptian prosecutors on Saturday, Dec. 21, 2013, referred the ousted president to a third trial, on charges of organizing prison breaks during the 2011 uprising, spreading chaos in the country and abducting policemen in collaboration with foreign militants.
In this July 13, 2012 file photo, then Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi speaks to reporters at the presidential palace in Cairo. Egyptian prosecutors on Saturday, Dec. 21, 2013, referred the ousted president to a third trial, on charges of organizing prison breaks during the 2011 uprising, spreading chaos in the country and abducting policemen in collaboration with foreign militants. Maya Alleruzzo / AP Photo

After One Year, Egyptians Show Displeasure With Morsi

Yesterday, Egyptians took to the streets to voice their displeasure after one year of rule by Muhammad Morsi of the Muslim Brotherhood. Worldview calls Cairo to speak with independent correspondent Ashraf Khalil on the latest developments, while local activist Ahmed Rehab provides his own insights in our studio. Can Egypt hold its fragile young democracy together or is civil war inevitable?