CNN's Christiane Amanpour speaks with a former member of Egypt's parliament about the country's next step and about the state of Islam and democracy in the region.
Programming note: On Wednesday's Amanpour program at 3p EST/2100 CET, Christiane will follow up with an interview with a senior member of the Muslim Brotherhood.
For the first time since President Morsy was forced from office, an Egyptian government official has spoken to international media.
Mohamed Kamel Amr resigned as Morsy’s foreign minister during the massive protests against Morsy, but has agreed to stay on as caretaker foreign minister.
Amr spoke with CNN’s Christiane Amanpour on Tuesday about his new task of navigating the minefield of Egypt’s post-Morsy relationship with the United States and other nations. FULL POST