Mideast Egypt Moussa

  FILE - In this Saturday, Nov. 26, 2011 file photo provided by the Egyptian state news agency MEAN, presidential hopeful Amr Moussa, left, meets with Field Marshal Hussein Tantawi, right, in Cairo. In the race to become the first president of the new Egypt, the secular candidate with the strongest chance of beating increasingly powerful Islamists has to overcome the baggage he brings from the old Egypt. On the campaign trail ahead of next month's landmark vote, the 76-year-old Amr Moussa presents himself as an elder statesman with years of experience in politics and government, first from a decade as foreign minister under former President Hosni Mubarak, then from another decade leading the Arab League.(AP Photo/Middle East News Agency, File)
FILE - In this Saturday, Nov. 26, 2011 file photo provided by the Egyptian state news agency MEAN, presidential hopeful Amr Moussa, left, meets with Field Marshal Hussein Tantawi, right, in Cairo. In the race to become the first president of the new Egypt, the secular candidate with the strongest chance of beating increasingly powerful Islamists has to overcome the baggage he brings from the old Egypt. On the campaign trail ahead of next month's landmark vote, the 76-year-old Amr Moussa presents himself as an elder statesman with years of experience in politics and government, first from a decade as foreign minister under former President Hosni Mubarak, then from another decade leading the Arab League.(AP Photo/Middle East News Agency, File)

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