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The Michigan Daily-Tuesday, May 13, 1980-Page 5
Sadat's Cabinet members resign
From APand UPI domestic policies. "AT THIS STAGE-the beginning of said Khalil would prefer not to retain
tO, Egypt-President Anwar IN RECENT WEEKS, Sadat has a new phase of national reconstruc- any government post.
iccepted the resignation of all 31 stressed that the government must act tion-I saw it fit to present to President KHALIL, A LEADER of Sadat's
tministe estedain a to reduce soaring inflation, provide Sadat our resignation and place it at his National Democratic Party, has been
t ministers yesterday in a thousands of desperately needed disposal," the premier said. In his premier in two consecutive governmen-
nization move expected to place ts since October 1978.
emphasis on Egypt's domestic Consultations on a new Cabinet are
ms of inflation, housing shor- 'At this stage-the beginning of a new phase of na- set to begin today, and the government
nd mounting religious strife. It tional reconstruction-I saw it fit to present to Presi- sources said they expected Butros
t behieved there would be ai.a Ghali to be named to the vacant post of
antshift in foreign affairs. dent Sadut our resignation and place it at his dis- foreign minister and army Chief of
t asked Premier Mustafa KhalilA
Icaretaker government, but posal.' Staff Ahmed Badawy to become defen-
ask him to form a new gover- -Mostafa Khalil, Egyptian premier se minister, replacing the ailing Kamal
and bserers aw his s anin-Hassan Aly. Ghali held the ad-
and observers saw this as an ni- ministrative position as minister of
in Sadat might take over thesttfofoegafirinheugig
.rship. housing units, and remove tensions statement, he thanked Sadat for sta for foreign affairs in the outgoing
LIL HAS BEEN Egypt's chief between Moslems, who form about 92 allowing his Cabinet to participate in "a Cabinet.
itor in the stalled Palestinian per cent of the population, and Coptic critical period of Egypt's history, Parament recently adopted a -
my talks with Israel, which were Christians. fighting the battles of peace and recon- br of constitutional amendments, with
ded Thursday at Sadat's The Christians have complained of struction." one virtually making Sadat president
t, and he was asked what effect harassment and persecution, blamed He was asked by reporters if he would for life.
ernment shakeup would have. mainly on Moslem fundamentalists in- accept reappointment as premier and Others would create a council of
aid the question "is premature. fluenced to some extent by Iran's replied he was placing himself "com- elders as a consultative body and
thing will become clear in revolutionary Islamic government. pletely under the direction of President require that the nation s laws-derive
ent Sadat's speech tomorrow." Khalil announced the Cabinet Sadat in whichever positionh theac code.rThe law
t is to address Parliament resignations after a 45-minute meeting chooses."snda
ow. The Cairo press has said his with his ministers. He had formed the Highly placed government officials, undamentalism, especially among
will be a maoir declaration nn overnment last June who preferred to remain anonymous, young Egyptians.

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GOP vows
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(Continued from Page 1)
he is not running as a Republican
candidate, if he were not on the ballot,"
Milliken said.
Colleen Engler said she fears voters
will opt for Anderson, thinking he needs
their support in this election in order to
appear on the fall ballot. In fact, the
maverick Republican needs votes in the
August primary in order to qualify for
ballot status in November.
Engler said the Bush campaign will
launch a last-minute education drive
keying on Anderson's local delegate
candidates. The message will be a vote
for Anderson is "actually a vote for
Reagan," she said. "It takes away
votes from us."
State GOP Chairman Melvin Larsen
said the party will go to court "as
quickly as possible" to get Anderson off
the ballot. The suit may be filed directly
to the Michigan Court of Appeals, he
Although Anderson missed the with-
drawal deadline, Larsen said, this case
is unique because he is still cam-
paigning as an independent.
"The law is silent on dealing with a
third party candidate who's actively
campaigning. The law does not provide
for someone who remains an active
candidate but has publicly withdrawn
from Republican nomination."
He said he hopes the Anderson cam-,
naign will join the suit.

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