Saturday, April 24, 2010

El Baradeieieieiiiieeeeieiieieiiieee

"Similarly, El Baradei represents the new face of a potential candidate - professional, unconnected to the military - unlike Lieutenant General Omar Sulieman, Director of the Egyptian General Intelligence Services, who was touted as a possible successor to Mubarak - or to what many see as a corrupt regime.A possible indication of his popular support may be the strong membership of the Facebook group El Baradei for Presidency of Egypt 2011 which runs up to 100,000, compared with one source that puts Gamal Mubarak's at just over 6,500. He has used his video message to call on Egyptians to join his newly formed group, the National Front for Change." (thanks Sultan)