A number of top contenders in Egypt’s presidential election have been disqualified. Among the banned candidates are both Islamists and a Mubarak-era top official.
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Disqualifying ousted regime members is probably fair enough, Sulieman should be in jail by now anyway.I'm not sure if disqualifying anyone else is a good beginning if some form of 'democracy' is the plan...
Its a pathetic trick to attempt to get the people to call for their own disqualified puppet!. Problem reaction solution theory. Portraying the "muslim brotherhood" candidate and the "salafi" candidate as victims. The only way to revolution is to evict all western influence. All choices in a zionist election lead to the same policies of keeping the peoples will suppressed .
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