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Sawaseya  evaluates  media coverage of elections
Sawaseya evaluates media coverage of elections
The Sawaseya Center for Human Rights and Combating Terrorism will hold a press conference Wednesday, noon time, at the center's headquarters
Tuesday, June 8,2010 22:18
IkhwanWeb

The conference will discuss the results of its assessment of the Egyption media coverage of the recent Shura elections

The report covers most Egyptian papers including national, independent and opposition newspapers, in addition to TV channels and news websites
tags: Shura Elections / Sawaseya
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