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by: James D. Zirin, THE WASHINGTON TIMES 2007-2-20

The question whispered in the bazaars and cafes of Cairo these days is who will be the successor to President Hosni Mubarak. Mr. Mubarak, at 79, is said to be in ill-health. He has run the country without serious opposition for more than two decades, largely by his control of the military and the police. In 2005, Mr. Mubarak was re-elected president with 88½ percent of the vote. Immediately aft..