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‘‘Why does everyone assume that the MB will be the biggest party? Even this article says "the Muslim Brotherhood remains the largest political party in the country". Based on what evidence? Five polls have been held: Pew, Gallup, IRI, Charney and (sorry, I've forgotten the name)........’’
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14:21 Cigarette prices up again as govt imposes higher sales taxes
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Egypt’s political landscape is dominated these days by the Constitution or elections first debate. Where do you stand?
Parliamentary elections should be held first, and on schedule.
The Constitution should be drawn by a constituent assembly reflecting the aspirations of all sections of the nation. I choose Constitution First.
I support the proposal of possible presidential candidate Mohamed El-Baradei to draw up a Bill of Rights first
I support the proposal of possible presidential candidate Amr Moussa to hold presidential elections first.
I believe the whole debate to be a waste of time.
I have no position on the matter.   

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