Amr Moussa
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Egyptian opposition calls on Morsi to hold early election

A leading Egyptian opposition figure has urged the country's president Mohammed Morsi to listen to the voices of the people and hold early presidential elections.

Amr Moussa, from the main opposition party the National Salvation Front, said the group wasn't calling for the fall of the regime, but wanted Egypt to go to the polls to choose a new president.

He said: "He should take the voice of the people seriously."

  • 28 Jun 2013
  • From the section Africa
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