Libertarian Republican’s Eric Dondero reads up on events in Egypt as reported in the French press, and finds this nugget:
“The intellectual community of Egypt calls on Amr Moussa, secretary general of the Arab League, and Sami Enan, Chief of the Egyptian armed forces, to act as leaders of the opposition. We do not want El-Baradei. He spent too much time abroad, and knows nothing of the daily reality of the Egyptian people. He does not represent us,” declares on Facebook a professor of economics lecturer at the University Amércaine Cairo (AUC.
Interesting. Enan was recently in the US for talks at the Pentagon, and LR has more about him in the linked post.