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  • "But if it comes to closing a deal, he would need a stronger Palestinian base than he now has," Ms. Dunne said.

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  • "I do not think a government following elections would withdraw from the peace treaty with Israel. Nobody in Egypt wants war with Israel and there is every sign right now that the military will still play a strong role in the government that comes next," said Michele Dunne, an Egypt expert at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace.

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