Workers Guarantee the Egyptian Revolution

Agbarieh-Zahalka, Asma
March 2011
Challenge (07924143);2011, p5
The article focuses on the role of workers in the Egyptian Revolution. It contends that the working class engaged in continuous sit-ins in front of the Parliament in Cairo since February 2010 until the revolution broke out on January 25, 2011. Comments from four activists of the revolution explore how the working class will participate in the new Egyptian politics, including Khaled Ali, Hamdi Hussein and Ala Kamal.


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