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Tackling Brotherhood "anger" tops Egyptian interim president's priorities

By Shaimaa Behery (Xinhua)

09:35, July 06, 2013

File photo taken on Dec. 19, 2011 shows the interior view of the headquarters of the Muslim Brotherhood (MB) group in Cairo, Egypt. (Xinhua/Li Muzi)

CAIRO, July 5 (Xinhua) -- As Egypt's caretaker President Adli Mansour assumed office, observers see that his top priority should be tackling the "anger" of the Muslim Brotherhood members as well as their supporters to ensure the implementation of the one-year roadmap imposed by the army.

Observers say Judge Mansour, who was sworn as Egyptian president on Thursday after the ouster of Mohamed Morsi, need to swiftly achieve real national reconciliation in order that the country can function normally during the transitional period until the new elections are held.

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