Conflict & Justice

After a Year of Mohammed Morsi, Egyptians are Divided


Supporters of Egyptian President Mursi shout slogans during protest around Raba El-Adwyia mosque square in Cairo June 21, 2013. Tens of thousands of Islamist supporters of Egyptian President Mohamed Mursi gathered in Cairo after Friday prayers to show support for the elected head of state before protests that his opponents hope can force him from office. REUTERS/Mohamed Abd El Ghany (EGYPT - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST) - RTX10WEC



Mohammed Morsi is marking his first year in office.

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This anniversary however, doesn't come with much celebration.

Opposition to the first Islamic government in Egypt say they are dissatisfied with Morsi's leadership.

Protests on Wednesday in the northern city of Mansoura left two dead and 170 people injured.

There are plans for another major protest on Sunday.

Host Carol Hills speaks with Financial Times' Borzou Daragahi who has been following the events in Cairo