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COP27 shines light on civil liberties in Egypt, but it'll take work to achieve real freedom

By Chris Barker, Assistant Professor of Political Science, American University in Cairo
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The ability to speak freely in Egypt is currently very constrained. Individuals, groups and NGOs face significant barriers to participation in the political process. And the same holds for the exchange of opinions in the everyday public sphere.

But promising signs have emerged during the COP27 international climate change talks in the country. Egyptian Streets, a grassroots online media…The Conversation

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