Egypt: Suleiman, opposition discuss blueprint for reform

New Egypt VP, Muslim Brotherhood and ElBaradei supporters, reportedly agree to review constitution, reject int'l interference, aim for peaceful transition to democracy; Clinton: US to "wait and see" how talks develop.

February 6, 2011 15:28
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Anti-Mumarak protesters in Cairo

Mubarak crossed out 311. (photo credit: Associated Press)

Representatives from a wide range of Egypt's major opposition groups, including the Muslim Brotherhood, met Sunday with Egyptian Vice President Omar Suleiman to discuss a blueprint for reforms to put the country on a path toward greater democracy.

The opposition groups represented included the youthful supporters of leading democracy advocate Mohamed ElBaradei, who are one of the main forces behind nearly two weeks of mass protests demanding the immediate ouster of longtime Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak.

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