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Title 60 minutes. President el-Sisi / produced by Rachael Morehouse
Published New York, NY : Columbia Broadcasting System (CBS), 2019


Description 1 online resource (14 minutes)
Summary A rare interview with the Egyptian leader Abdel Fatta el-Sisi, whose regime has been called the most oppressive in the country's history. El Sisi, who seized control of the country during an uprising against former leader Mohamed Morsi, is known for imprisoning opponents and murdering protestors. He denies the existence of such political prisoners and has requested that this interview not be broadcast. Includes interviews with Andrew Miller, National Security Advisor, Obama administration; Abdul Mawgoud Dardery, a former member of Muslim Brotherhood-controlled parliament; Mohamed Soltan, Egyptian American imprisoned for transmitting false news
Performer Interviewees: Abdel Fatta el-Sisi, Andrew Miller, Abdul Mawgoud Dardery, Mohamed Soltan ; reporter: Scott Pelley
Notes In English
Title from title screen (viewed January 26, 2024)
Subject Sīsī, ʻAbd al-Fattāḥ, 1954- -- Interviews
Jamʻīyat al-Ikhwān al-Muslimīn (Egypt)
Presidents -- Egypt -- Interviews
Political prisoners -- Egypt
Egypt -- Politics and government -- 2011-
Egypt -- Social conditions -- 21st century
Genre/Form interviews.
Television news programs.
Form Streaming video
Author Sīsī, ʻAbd al-Fattāḥ, 1954- interviewee.
Pelley, Scott, 1957- interviewer, on-screen presenter.
Morehouse, Rachael Kun, producer
CBS Corp., publisher.
CBS News Productions, production company.
CBS Entertainment (Firm), production company.
Other Titles Sixty minutes. President el-Sisi
President el-Sisi
OTHER TI In series: 60 minutes (Television program)