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Egypt’s President Mohammad Mursi declared parliament polls to start from April 27 which would go for two months

Egyptian President Mohammad Mursi is the first democratically elected President of the country, however since the time he has been in power he has been facing protest from oppositions as well as his own people from time to time almost on every decision that he had taken so far. Mursi had declared that the parliament elections would start from April 27 and would continue to go for two months, again an announcement that has started protests already. Oppositions have called on to postpone these elections as according to them the current crisis through which the country is going through, there are many chances of an unfair poll to be happening. Many leaders have refused to participate in the upcoming elections as a protest against the Islamist leader. Kiran Kidwai – International Desk, NMTV


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