In the name of the father

Gearon, Eamonn
August 2007
Middle East;Aug/Sep2007, Issue 381, p24
The article reports that after the recent partisan elections to Egypt's upper house of parliament, the Shoura Council, the only issue that really matter now is, if, and when President Muhammad Husni Mubarak's son Gamal Mubarak will take over the mantle of power. Despite rumors that Gamal is being groomed to take over from his father, the father and the son have strenuously denied it. However, Gamal's chances of eventually landing the top job are better now than ever before.


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