Friday, May 27, 2005

Reform halted in Egypt.

"I have had the feeling for a long time that constitutional referendum over multi-candidate presidential elections in Egypt will not be a real step towards democracy.
I've seen that the media focused on the violence that accompanied the voting process but there was little mention of a more important thing which is the trap hidden behind this referendum which unfortunately made the Egyptian people in general and Egyptian opposition in particular face an unfavorable dilemma; if they reject the amendment, they will lose the chance to have multi-candidate elections and won't be able to end the one-man rule that infested the country for 24 years."
To use something that's been in the news around here, someone should walk into the presidents office, drop his pants, point to his privates, and ask the important question.
Does anyone here have a pair of THESE?


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