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Egypt's ElBaradei calls for election boycott

CAIRO - Egyptian liberal opposition politician Mohamed ElBaradei called on Saturday for a boycott of parliamentary elections which are due to start in April.
ElBaradei, a former UN nuclear agency chief, noted that he had called in 2010 for a similar boycott of polls held under president Hosni Mubarak, who was ousted the following year.
"Today I repeat my call, (I) will not be part of an act of deception," ElBaradei said on his Twitter account.
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