Parliamentary elections are set to begin on Monday. Egypt's military rulers say the vote is a step toward democracy. But The World's Matthew Bell found few Egyptians willing to take the generals at their word.
The demonstrations in Egypt started because of police brutality. For many there that's no surprise. As Ursula Lindsey reports, in addition to the removal of former president Hosni Mubarak, Egypt's revolution 10 months ago also sought to reform the police.
In Cairo, Egypt, protests against the military government have entered their third, bloody day as many of the same protesters who pushed former President Hosni Mubarak from power seek to rid themselves of military rule as well.
David Kirkpatrick, Cairo bureau chief for The New York Times, and Youssef Sidhom, chief editor of Watani, the Copt newspaper, talk about the incident, and what it means as Egypt heads into its first democratic elections.