Egypt from Within Mubarak's Party

Friday, February 04, 2011

Supporters of President Mubarak wave their national flag as they hold a rally in support of the veteran leader in Cairo on February 2, 2011. (PATRICK BAZ/AFP/Getty)

Abdel-Monem Said Ali is a member of Egypt's National Democratic Party. He says the challenge is to "reconstruct the country legitimately with a new constitution." He is highly critical of the United States and says it's the last country in the world to give anyone advice in the Middle East after what it's done in Iraq and Afghanistan. Can there be fair elections in the fall, while at the same time respecting Mubarak's presidency until then?


Abdel-Monem Said Ali

Produced by:

Kate McGough

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