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Vol 51 No 24

Published 3rd December 2010


Egypt

Mubarak's last stand

After fixing the legislative elections, the NDP prepares for a much tougher fight in next year’s presidential polls

After its claimed landslide victory in the 28 November parliamentary elections, the National Democratic Party's local and international credibility has hit an all time low. The NDP must now engineer a similar landslide in next year's presidential election. Yet, as popular opposition to the NDP regime mounts, the party itself is split over whom it should field as its candidate in 2011.

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