06.02.2011 02.Adar l, 5771
Muslim Brotherhood soften position to participate in talks but youth leaders refuse to compromise on insistence that Mubarak step down.
Opposition groups demanding the resignation of President Hosni Mubarak failed to agree a common position before negotiations with Vice President Omar Suleiman scheduled for Sunday morning intended to pull Egypt out of its worst crisis in 30 years.
The Muslim Brotherhood, Egypt's most influential and organized opposition group, said on Saturday it has accepted to enter into dialogue, having refused the offer before. But an agreement may prove elusive as youth representatives are refusing to compromise and allow Mubarak to stay in power, even in a ceremonial capacity….