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Morsi meeting US secretary of state John Kerry in March this year. The Muslim Brotherhood is still a key player in Egypt's transition. (Image: US Dept of State)

The ousting of President Morsi is the second revolution that Egypt has experienced in as many years. Only this time, the deposed ruler was the country’s first ever freely elected President.

So what went wrong?

As events developing in Egypt over the past year have shown, democracy is more than a box ticking exercise. The next several months…

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