|Egypt Mubarak warns opposition|
|Monday, 26 April 2010|
Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak warned a new and growing opposition movement not to jeopardize the nation's stability
Meanwhile, he welcomed spirited political debate over Egypt's futureAddressing Egyptians for the first time since the removal of his gallbladder of his gallbladder in Germany last month, the 81-year-old leader stressed Saturday that rising political awareness was a sign of what he called unprecedented freedom of opinion, expression and the press.
"I sincerely welcome the interplay in the society as long as it abides by laws and the constitution and is intended to realize the interest of Egypt," Mubarak said in a televised speech on the 28th memory of Israel's complete withdrawal from the Sinai Peninsula. "This interaction should not turn into a conflict or a confrontation and we have to be aware of such a turn."
The earlier protest resulted in police beatings and arrest of about 90 demonstrators. The Egyptian government has long been criticized by human rights groups for torture and crushing political dissent.
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