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Topic - Tom Malinowksi
Tom Malinowksi, Washington director for Human Rights Watch, said the anti-government protesters see Gen. Suleiman as "a creature of Mubarak."
"For the process to be credible, it has to be much more inclusive, and decisions need to be made through negotiation rather than dictated by Suleiman," he added.