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On the fifth day of protests in Tahrir Square, Egypt’s military ruler Field Marshal Mohamed Hussein Tantawi addressed the nation with the offer of concessions including a referendum on the immediate transfer of power to a civilian government, and the election of a president by July 2012.
His pre-recorded address also angrily defended the army’s record during the transitional period and said they had been “patient” in the face of “insults.”
His words had…
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