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8 Oct. 2012
A traffic jam, one of five key issues Egyptian President... more
8 Oct. 2012
Cairo, Egypt
A traffic jam, one of five key issues Egyptian President Mohamed Mursi outlined in his Al Nhada (Renaissance) project, is pictured in old Cairo October 8, 2012, a day after his 100th day in power. The project is primarily a economic and social programme comprising of promises the president vowed to fulfil within 100 days of taking office. Mursi has won grudging respect from detractors in his first 100 days by sending the army back to barracks faster than anyone expected and raising Egypt's international profile in several newsmaking visits abroad. Yet his political fortunes and those of the Muslim Brotherhood which propelled him to power may well depend on his delivering on more mundane issues such as easing traffic congestion, security concerns and bread and fuel shortages by Oct 7 as promised. Mursi also pardoned on Monday all political prisoners detained since the start of protests that toppled Hosni Mubarak last year. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh (EGYPT - Tags: POLITICS TRANSPORT)
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