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FM: China hopes to see smooth presidential election in Egypt

(People's Daily Online)

16:31, May 25, 2012

Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Hong Lei at press conference on May 23 (File photo/ Foreign Ministry of China)

Beijing, May 25 (People's Daily Online)--On May 23, 2012, Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Hong Lei held a press conference.

Q: The first round of voting of the Egyptian presidential election will be held today. How does China comment?

A: China has noticed that the first round of voting of the Egyptian presidential election will be officially launched today. This is another major event in the Egyptian political process after the elections of the people's assembly and consultative conference in the beginning of this year. China hopes to see a smooth presidential election, steady progress in the political process as well as stability and development of Egypt.

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