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Egypt’s interim president retreats from naming ElBaradei Prime Minister

06.07.2013 18:44

The appointment of former IAEA chief Mohamed Elbaradei for the post of Egypt’s interim prime minister has been placed on hold as consultations with various political parties over the selection of an interim PM continue.

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Anonymous user 09.07.2013 10:43

This stuge still running his motuh after selling all to IAEA

Anonymous user 07.07.2013 23:11

El Bardei is bought and paid for. His movement will be of interest to follow.

Anonymous user 07.07.2013 21:18

If Putin is sounding the alarm for Egyptian civil war; they should listen. He is a smart man

Anonymous user 07.07.2013 20:48

Tamarod must be alerted that El Bardei is a dangerous man supporting Western Capitalist imperialism.

Anonymous user 07.07.2013 20:19

Morsi had only 1 year in office. The population have un realistic expectations in limited time.

 

Karel Cleuren 07.07.2013 19:33

Well actually they just need an interim wich has no allegiance to any of the parties, someone who doesn't want religion to be involved in deciding politics and so on. Someone who represents the people of Egypt and not a political movement or country or anything whatsoever.

Anonymous user 07.07.2013 18:45

I wonder how long til the Gov. starts using that term again.
any guesses? Or is terrorism enough?

Anonymous user 07.07.2013 18:42

I might comment, but i'm a little concerned about being labelled subversive!

Anonymous user 07.07.2013 17:16

elBaradei is very smart & principled. Of how many of the world's political leaders can that be said?

Anonymous user 07.07.2013 16:58

Let the CIA demonstrate how they are freeing us to "know the truth" please!

Anonymous user 07.07.2013 16:56

DEMOCRACY is an ILLUSION if the electorate are comprehensively deceived!

Anonymous user 07.07.2013 16:54

The problems of the world are all caused by gov't and banks

Anonymous user 07.07.2013 16:52

Why exactly do you need a prime minister and a president?
2 kings?

Anonymous user 07.07.2013 16:50

Give the Saudi princess and the Likud slots to explain what`s REALLY going on?

Anonymous user 07.07.2013 16:45

You KNOW the MSM would not tolerate Likud politics in any other western society.

Anonymous user 07.07.2013 16:39

You can`t have democracy and the CIA/Soros secret meddlers operating as well?

Anonymous user 07.07.2013 16:37

Never mind the fashionable leftist rhetoric are you with us or part of MSM RT?

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