Egyptians Push for Multi-Party Elections

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A series of reports on Egyptian politics, culture and society.

In Egypt, public debate has begun on changes to election law that would allow President Hosni Mubarak to face competition for the first time in 24 years. Mubarak pledged in February to change the constitution; Egypt's parliament votes on the idea in May.



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