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Topic - Sa'Ad Eddin Ibrahim
An Egyptian-American dissident who was one of the first to criticize the possibility of hereditary succession in Egypt has broken with the opposition by signing a petition calling on the president's son to run for election.
They came to Prague from around the world to share a vision of democracy and freedom. In this city of so much history and inspiration, an unprecedented conference was organized by Jose Maria Aznar, Vaclav Havel and Natan Sharansky titled "Democracy and Security." But its principal purpose, notwithstanding the stated title, was uniting dissidents who have committed themselves to a defense of freedom without the slightest regard for their personal safety.
"He's either lost his mind or there is a deal with the ruling regime," he told AP. "This is a miserable fall for Saad and no one is going to believe him anymore."
Mr. Ibrahim claimed that signing the petition was not a reversal of his long-held position.