'Suleiman begins talks with Egyptian opposition parties'

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February 1, 2011 00:01

 
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After an announcement that Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak had instructed his newly-appointed vice president Omar Suleiman to hold talks with the opposition on "constitutional reform and legislation," talks were reportedly underway Monday night, according to CNN.

Suleiman said that the opposition parties "will also have a role to play, which will lead to real political reform," according to the report.

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