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ElBaradei calls on Egyptians to stand united to avoid further chaos

Former presidential hopeful Mohamed ElBaradei urges for unification between Egypt's different social and political factions

Ahram Online, Saturday 14 Apr 2012
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In another message to the Egyptian people, former head of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Mohamed ElBaradei urged for immediate dialogue between the different factions of society so they stand united.

On his official Twitter account ElBaradei wrote "The nation belongs to all. Without a serious dialogue and real consensus between the different national factions we will fall in further chaos and violence. Time is not on our side."

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14-04-2012 07:26pm
Elbaradei should run
Elbaradei should run in the up coming elections. The Muslim brotherhood should give up its attempts to monopolize power, the MB should endorse a candidate they and the liberals find acceptable, such as Elbaradei. Omar Suleiman represents the old regime, he is no different from Mubarak. The MB has to reach out to the liberals, and find a candidate they both can endorse before the revolution is hijacked.
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