Egypt chief of staff says army will avoid politics

By REUTERS
February 17, 2013 15:29

 
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ABU DHABI- Egypt's armed forces, for decades at the centre of power, will avoid involvement in politics but could have a role if things became "complicated", the chief of staff said on Sunday.

It also expects rival political groups to solve disputes by dialogue, Major General Sedki Sobhi said.The military ran Egypt for six decades from the end of the colonial era and through an interim period after the overthrow of former air force chief and president Hosni Mubarak two years ago.



About 60 people have been killed since late January in protests that erupted after the second anniversary of the uprising.

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