Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood insists no dialogue without departure of regime

21:15, February 09, 2011      

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Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood, the country's largest yet officially banned opposition bloc, said on Wednesday that it insists no dialogue without departure of the regime.

The group said it won't have a presidential candidate, and it just "wants Egypt to be ruled by freedom and democracy."

Egypt's mass protests entered the 16th day on Wednesday. Thousands of people remained in downtown Cairo's Tahrir Square.

The government said it had dialogue with the opposition parties or youth groups for a road map of peaceful transition.

Source: Xinhua
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