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Mubarak 'does not want to leave power to fundamentalists'

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Following President Mubarak's announcement that he will stand down in September, much now appears to rest now on Egypt's new vice-president, General Omar Suleiman. Dr Stephen Cohen, founder of the Institute for Middle East Peace and Development (IMEPD), who spoke to Gen Suleiman this week, analyses the next moves in Egypt's political crisis.


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