4 March 2013, 14:32

ElBaradei’s “road map” to settle Egypt’s political crisis

ElBaradei’s “road map” to settle Egypt’s political crisis

The former IAEA chief, Mohamed ElBaradei, who is at the helm of Egypt’s leading secular opposition alliance, the National Salvation Front, has put forward a “road map” to settle the nation’s political crisis.

He made public the programme on his Twitter micro-blog, and laid emphasis on five points that he believes are crucial for the restoration of Egypt.

ElBaraei feels that to launch reforms, Egyptians should secure national reconciliation, revive the security system, revise the Constitution and the electoral law, with due regard for the principle of equality.

The National Salvation Front criticizes the authorities, which, it believes, are responsible for instability and the economic crisis.

Earlier, Elbaradei urged his supporters to boycott the election to the new parliament, due in April. 

Voice of Russia, RIA

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