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Egypt keeps Muslim Brotherhood boxed in

Egyptian Prime Minister Ahmed Nazief is explaining to a small group of reporters his government’s commitment to democracy. He promises that restrictions on political parties will soon be eased to allow for real political competition. But when asked if the regime will legalize the Muslim Brotherhood, Egypt’s most popular and best-organized opposition group, a bit of steel creeps into his congenial tone. “Never,” he says. The Brotherhood “will never be a political party.” Full story

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