Suzi dear, with such opposition the president won’t even have to campaign. I had a look at the weekly’s presentation of the, eeh, more serious candidates. It’s a farce. Quote
"I cannot compete with Mubarak, who is supported by a long history of success," he said. "However, I decided to run to prove that Egypt has freedom."
If elections are fair, Tal'at El-Sadat thinks he may get up to 70 per cent.
A fortuneteller, El-Sabahi says he is running for president to boost Mubarak's popularity. “We are subordinate candidates. So, he is the one who should win." He said that Mubarak's tremendous achievements made him the best candidate by far.