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عايز حقى.. محلل سياسى يطلب مستحقاته المالية من BBC على الهواء.. فيديو

I want my right..A political analyst requests his financial dues from the BBC on the air..Video

During a telephone interview on the BBC Arabic channel, a political analyst surprised the presenter and viewers with a live comment, in which he demanded that he pay his financial dues to the channel that he had not received for two years, which is the money he receives for his phone calls with the channel, and for the analyzes he provides Political in the news paragraphs on the channel screen.

During the speech of the writer and political analyst Mahdi Afifi, Member of the US Democratic Party, pOn the recent statements of US President Joe Biden, regarding the Ukrainian crisis, and his analysis of the dimensions of those statements, he said: “What happened is that President Biden found that his opinion yesterday led to a confusion of views, and this may be allowing Russia to enter Ukraine.”


Mahdi Afifi raises a paper to demand his financial dues

Mahdi Afifi analyzes the US position on the tense scene in Ukraine
Mahdi Afifi analyzes the US position on the tense scene in Ukraine

But political analyst Mahdi Afifi suddenly moved from the topic of the episode to talk about his late financial dues to the channel, saying: “The important issue now that I want to discuss… For two years, the BBC has not paid any dues to us, in reference to Analysts who appear on the channel’s programs.” Then he raised a piece of paper in front of the screen with the names of the channel’s officials written on it, in Arabic and English, with the question, “Where are my financial dues that have not been spent for two years?”

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Political analyst Mahdi Afifi during the telephone interview
Political analyst Mahdi Afifi during the telephone interview