EGYPT: Britain’s David Cameron joins Obama in calling for sweeping reform

Share via

This article was originally on a blog post platform and may be missing photos, graphics or links. See About archive blog posts.

British Prime Minister David Cameron joined President Obama in condemning violence in Egypt on Sunday and called for Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak to follow a comprehensive process of political reform.

“The prime minister and President Obama were united in their view that Egypt now needed a comprehensive process of political reform, with an orderly, Egyptian-led transition leading to a government that responded to the grievances of the Egyptian people and to their aspirations for a democratic future,” a spokesperson for Cameron told Reuters.


Cameron discussed the crisis in Egypt during a telephone call with U.S. President Barack Obama on Sunday evening.


Military jets buzz protesters over Cairo

Muslim Brotherhood members escape prison, rally in Tahrir Square

Egyptian opposition leaders plan to negotiate with military, not president

-- Molly Hennessy-Fiske