Gibbs signals U.S. backing for a more deliberative process in Egypt
February 7th, 2011
07:01 PM ET
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Gibbs signals U.S. backing for a more deliberative process in Egypt

Washington (CNN) - Egypt faces a "bumpy" process in its transition from decades of repressive rule to a multiparty democracy, White House press secretary Robert Gibbs said Monday in signaling U.S. backing for a more deliberate approach to political negotiations.

In a briefing with reporters, Gibbs repeated the U.S. insistence on meaningful change in Egypt, but he added that the government there should "outline a series of steps and a timeline that the Egyptian people are comfortable with."

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