Growing Democracy

At the same time Egypt is experiencing a wheat and flour shortage that threaten to cause serious unrest among the lower income brackets, and while the Russian President Putin is set to visit, The Egyptians have decided to make their nation more democratic. The Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak will face his first opponent for the presidency he has held since 1981. After recently directing his nations parliament to amend the constitution to allow multiple candidates in the public elections he is expected to announce his candidacy in an interview set to be released this week. He may even get a boost from one of his nations pop singers. He is seventy-seven years old.

Who says you can't teach an old dog new tricks?


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