On the night before the one year anniversary of the January 25th, 2011 Egyptian Revolution, a man takes the stage and speaks to his fellow countrymen. As translated by locals on the scene, the man echoes that there shouldn’t be a celebration of the revolution because nothing has been achieved. He continues to say that even with President Hosni Mubarak gone and of the Head Egyptian Military Council, Mohamed Hussein Tantawi in power, the political, economic, and social climates have gotten worse.

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