Egyptian Vice-President says Muslim Brotherhood are invited to negotiations

The Egyptian vice president has called for the protests to end. Speaking on state television he said all the protestors’ demands are being addressed.

Asked if opposition parties like the Muslim brotherhood had been invited to negotiations, Suleiman said that they had, as part of a national dialogue. But he said they are still hesitant to enter, adding that he thinks it’s a good opportunity for them to negotiate.

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