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Commentary: One last chance for democracy

7:00 PM, Jul. 17, 2013
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Can democracy survive when voters choose a government that destroys democratic values and institutions? That's the critical question posed by the turmoil in Egypt, where the military has ousted President Mohammed Morsi and arrested many of his supporters.

There's no doubt that Morsi and his Freedom and Justice Party took power legitimately, and they have actually won three elections - for president, for parliament and for a new constitution. "This was the party that represented the wishes of the Egyptian people," said Fareed Zakaria on CNN.

There's also no doubt that Morsi badly abused ...

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