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ElBaradei authorised as spokesman for Egypt's anti-Morsi 30 June Front
Anti-Morsi 30 June Front, led by the Rebel campaign, has delegated former IAEA head, ElBaradei as its spokesman and to mediate with the state
Ahram Online, Tuesday 2 Jul 2013
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Mohamed El-Baradei (Photo: Ahram)

Egyptian prominent opposition figure Mohamed ElBaradei has been authorised on Tuesday to speak on behalf of the anti-Morsi 30 June Front.

The recently-formed 30 June Front is a coordinating, political body made up of opposition political and revolutionary forces led by the Tamarod (Rebel) signature campaign to organise protests and spell out the protests' political demands.

Former International Atomic Engergy Agency( IAEA) head and contender who pulled out of the presidential race, ElBaradei was chosen to avoid any fragmentation among the opposition, details the statement.

ElBaradei will also be mediating between state institutions and all political forces to draw a map for political transition.

"We reiterate our calls to Egyptian people to join the Tuesday 'Determination' marches that will head to Al-Qobba Palace, Shura Council (parliament), Cabinet, Tahrir Square and Ittihadiya Presidential Palace," they urge in the statement, also insisting that they will remain in the streets until President Morsi leaves.

On Sunday, the Rebel campaign issued a statement giving President Mohamed Morsi until 5pm on Tuesday to step down, or the campaign would call on supporters to besiege both Ittihadiya and Qobba presidential palaces and engage in civil disobedience.

Notably, Egypt’s Armed Forces issued a statement on Monday giving political forces 48 hours to "fulfill the people's demands," or the military themselves would enact a "political roadmap" for the country.





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Sharif Shehata
02-07-2013 11:37pm
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We are Brothers and Sisters
It is sad day to see Egypt destroyed by Egyptians and to see Egyptians are killing each other. We are Brothers and Sisters, but the key question is who can do better for Egypt and Egyptians? Mr Mohamed Elbaradei can do better than Mr president Mohamed Morsi. Let us see? If the man can't deal and control his family so how can deal and control the country. 1-Egypt needs someone with dialogue and agenda for Egypt's future.2- Egypt needs someone can understand and believe in Freedom,Justice and Human Rights. 3- Egypt needs someone can understand how the leadership should be and to move the country forwards. I understand the politics is dirty business but always the country comes first before anything. All we need to be honest and to do our jobs right. Egypt I am your Son. God save Egypt.
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Al-Misry
02-07-2013 06:15pm
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Nopel Shit
Baradei is far from been loyal Egyptian never mind patriotic. He is shittt....
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expat
02-07-2013 09:12pm
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its
al masri or al misery? you sound as the second
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Khaled
02-07-2013 04:19pm
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Concerned
I'm concerned that the US may hijack the Egyptian revolution AGAIN using their extremist network one of them being the MB. The more Egyptians continue to rebel and hold on to our greatest and oldest nation UNITED in piece the harder it gets for the US administration to get a grip on Egypt. Tamarod should have an item on their agenda that includes to reject USaid and take any country medeling with Egypts internal affairs to the International Criminal Court. We also don't need the US's USaid money which directly contributes to their evil plans. That plan was created by the western countries for the distruction of Egypt and the guarantee and security of Israel. Sadly all this comes at the expense of Egypt but when you mention that to them they will tell you it's false yet they are the ones in denial.
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Habazlam
02-07-2013 02:54pm
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Proof please
It would be great if we can see the authorization from the protesters to Mr, Al baradei
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A democrat
02-07-2013 02:49pm
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Shame
The real face of the coup. What a stain in his biography.
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Roslyn
02-07-2013 01:29pm
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El Baradei is perfect choice!
The Tamarod movement is showing that they are indeed a force to be reckoned with and this is a superb idea! Hoping we can convince El Baradei to run in the next Presidential elections, so if he accepts this position, it will give all Egyptians a chance to get to know and respect this patriotic intelligent man.
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Tofael Ahmmed
02-07-2013 11:36am
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Right Choice !!!
As the whole world know that who are behind the so called rebels, now the players are coming to stage the show !!! how funny !!!
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mohamed omer
02-07-2013 06:30pm
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you r right mr.Ahammed
Mad crowed does not bother about there acts and falling into the hand of the player for their own benefits. the ultimate losers are Egyptian peoples.
Burhan
02-07-2013 03:16pm
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Truth
thanks T Ahmed for telling the truth

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