Amr Moussa calls for 'peaceful transition' in Egypt

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January 31, 2011 22:52

 
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Arab League Chief Amr Moussa said that "there must be "a peaceful transition" in Egypt, AFP reported.

The former Egyptian foreign minister emphasized that "it is incumbent upon politicians or people working in politics to help that process," according to the report. When asked whether he planned on leaving his post in the Arab League and return to Egyptian politics, Moussa simply pointed out that his mandate in that job ends in two months. Pressed on the issue, he said he is "not willing" to serve again as the Arab League's secretary-general.

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