Praise for freer poll in Egypt

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Washington: Opposition groups and the US have cautiously welcomedHosni Mubarak’s proposal for multi-party elections in Egypt as astep towards a more open political system. (Sydney Morning Herald — 28 February, 2005)
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Praise for freer poll in Egypt
Praise for freer poll in Egypt

For the first time in his 24-year reign, Egyptian President HosniMubarak promises free and open elections. (The Age — 28 February, 2005)
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President Mubarak, in a surprise move, paves the way for Egypt’s first multi-party presidential election. (BBC News — 28 February, 2005)
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Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak ordered the constitution changed to allow multi-candidate presidential elections in September, making a surprise reversal Saturday that could mean he will face a challenger for the first time since taking power in 1981. (CNN — 27 February, 2005)
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More than one candidate will be able to stand in presidential elections in Egypt under a constitutional change proposed by President Hosni Mubarak a step welcomed by several opposition groups (ABC News — 27 February, 2005)
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His proposal represents a drastic change in a country with a 50-year history of autocratic governments. (International Herald Tribune — 28 February, 2005)
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On the face of it, the unexpected proposal represents a sea change in a country with a 50-year history of one-party governments. (New York Times — 28 February, 2005)
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Demonstrators called for the release of a detained Egyptian opposition leader and scuffled with riot police during a protest in Cairo today. (The Australian — 16 hours ago)
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Political analysts said that direct, multiparty elections in Egypt are an important, if small, step on the road to reform. (New York Times — 1 March, 2005)
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