Egypt’s ElBaradei Sees Himself as ‘Agent of Change’

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(Der Standard corrects story published on Feb. 4, removing reference to ElBaradei saying he won’t run in a presidential election. The newspaper said it had been asked to remove the quote following ElBaradei’s statement to Al Jazeera TV that we would consider running.)

Feb. 4 (Bloomberg) -- Egyptian opposition leader Mohamed ElBaradei said he sees his main role in Egypt as a facilitator of change. The former head of the International Atomic Energy Agency made the comments in an interview in Austria’s Der Standard newspaper.

“The best that I can do is to act as an agent of change,” ElBaradei told the newspaper.

--Editor: Riad Hamade

To contact the editor responsible for this story: Naomi Kresge at nkresge@bloomberg.net

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