The #Egyptian government can’t reshuffle the deck and then stand pat. President #Mubarak’s words pledging reform must be followed by action.
This is important because essentially it’s a critique that the US-liked Omar Suleiman, just sworn in as Egypt’s first vice president in three decades and the kind of character who would feature well as a star in a John LeCarre Middle East spooks novel, does not constitute “reform.”
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