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Topic - Amany Sadek
Recent demonstrations and military-sponsored violence that has killed dozens of protesters have prompted many Egyptians to question whether Monday is the best time to hold the country's first parliamentary elections since the ouster of longtime President Hosni Mubarak in February.
"For 10 months, we've waited for a transition but now we've seen what the army is all about," Dr. Sadek said. "So we should have another revolution, we need to have another revolution. This is not what we fought for and what people died for the first time."
"It's really unpredictable how all this is going to play out," said Amany Sadek, 28, a doctor volunteering at a field hospital set up in a mosque in Tahrir Square, the heart of the anti-government protests. "People have been fed up with the [military rulers] and they feel betrayed."