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Mubarak's Son Denies Wanting Presidency
Mubarak's Son Denies Wanting Presidency
In TV interviews President Mubarak's son, Gamal denied any affiliation to campaigns supporting him as a potential president candidate.
Friday, November 12,2010 21:06
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 In TV interviews President Mubarak's son, Gamal denied any affiliation to campaigns supporting him as a potential president candidate.

He addressed the questions asserting that the ruling National Democratic Party would choose its candidate for the 2011 presidential bid according to a comprehensible and clear institutional process asserting that he has no political ambition.
 
During the interview he commended the party's internal reform and new leadership.
 

tags: Mubarak / National Democratic Party / Gamal Mubarak / Succession / NDP / Presidency / President Candidate / 2011 Presidential Elections / Inheritance of Power
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Simply Tughlag
Egyptians will forget this news or statement in a matter of time when this fellow declares his candidacy sooner or later.
Monday, November 15,2010 02:45
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