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One year ago, the revolution in Egypt started, leading to the downfall of President Mubarak. But the military is still in power. Security forces have cracked down heavily on protesters, the result: dozens of dead and hundreds of injured people and more than 12.000 military law suits without due process against civilians – more than ever before.

The former head of the International Atomic Energy Agency and nobel laureate Mohamed ElBaradei withdrew his running for Presidency. Quote: „There is no transition to democracy“

Sharif Abdel Kouddous, Cairo, correspondent for the independent US-newscast Democracynow, fellow at The Nation Institute