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Activist: More Political Reforms Needed in Egypt

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Saad Eddin Ibrahim, a pro-democracy activist and professor at American University in Cairo, talks about democratic change in Egypt. Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak asked parliament to prepare a constitutional amendment that would let other parties nominate presidential candidates. An election is planned for September.



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