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Egyptians call on military government to honour promises

An Egyptian court has ordered that the former ruling party of ousted President Hosni Mubarak should be dissolved. All assets of the National Democratic Party will be seized and handed to the government, the supreme administrative court ruled.

Mr Mubarak is under detention in hospital awaiting questioning about corruption allegations.

Pro-democracy activists have celebrated news of his detention - but questions remain over how committed the military men now running Egypt are to democracy. Our Middle East Correspondent, Rupert Wingfield-Hayes, sent this report from Cairo.

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