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Egyptian uprising created new reality, says former vice-president | guardian.co.uk

Hosni Mubarak’s former vice-president and spy chief has said he will not attempt to “reinvent” his mentor’s regime if he is elected president of Egypt.

Omar Suleiman, who is running in the elections due on 23-24 May, told the state-owned Al-Akhbar newspaper that restoring security would be his top priority as president. Next on his list would be the faltering economy, social justice and reinforcing freedom and democracy.

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