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Pharaoh declines

11 February 2011 By Una Galani

The reluctance of Egypt’s President Hosni Mubarak to go quickly and quietly is destabilising for the region. It reduces the chance of orderly transition and prolongs uncertainty. Meanwhile the growing force of protest increases the risk of tumult in the Arab world.

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