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Egypt protests 'to continue'
Former member of Egypt's parliament says parliamentary republic 'solution' to country's woes.
Last Modified: 05 Feb 2011 02:20 GMT

Moustafa Elgindy, a member of the Egyptian Coalition for the Opposition and a former member of Egypt's parliament, said Egypt's pro-democracy protests will continue until president Hosni Mubarak leaves office.

Elgindy said the solution is a parliamentary republic with a strong army and a prime minister voted on by the people.

He spoke to Al Jazeera from Washington, DC.

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Al Jazeera
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