"Thousands of mostly Islamist protesters flooded into Egypt's capital Friday in a show of force aimed at pushing Egypt's military leaders to block presidential candidates who held leading positions in the country's ousted regime.
The march came one day after the Islamist-dominated parliament passed a so-called "isolation" bill that, if passed by the ruling military council and upheld by Egypt's courts, would prevent Omar Suleiman, a former intelligence chief and briefly vice president, and Ahmed Shafiq, a former prime minister, from running in presidential elections that begin on May 23." WSJ
An excellent example of the dediciation to democracy of Egypt's emerging new rulers. Unwilling to allow the electorate's will to goven the outcome of the presidential election they seek to pressure the junta to exclude some Egyptians from the electoral list.
The MB will produce a democratic government? I do not believe it. pl