Right now El Baradei is one of a number of candidates for the presidency and he is not even the favorite one. What he is now proposing is he will not stand in the way of the favorites by standing himself and in exchange he will be given the premiership without a fight. This is corruption of the first order. If El Baradei can have the premiership for just not standing for the presidency then why not choosing the ministers from amongst other presidential hopefuls who will agree not to stand? If El Baradei ( the man financed & supported by the Muslim Brotherhood ) believes in democracy as he claimed thenhe would say free elections for the presidency and then the the elected president choses the PM for himself based on who is best for the job not deals done with any individual before the election was even held.
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