Amr Moussa, the front-runner in the race for Egyptian president, acknowledges that the Muslim Brotherhood will be a vital player in his country's politics in the near future:
Mr. Moussa, in an interview with The Wall Street Journal, also described a political landscape in which the Muslim Brotherhood, outlawed under Mr. Mubarak, is dominant. It is inevitable, he said, that parliamentary elections in September will usher in a legislature led by a bloc of Islamists, with the Brotherhood at the forefront.
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