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Oregon Senator Jeff Merkley is disturbed by the escalating violence against the peaceful protestors in Egypt.  He told fellow Senators today the U.S. must send a stronger message: “But let it be noted, by all who would care to listen., that citizens of the United States of America are not going to stand by and support a government that is attacking peaceful demonstrators in a square in Cairo. So if we see a repeat of this violence, America must send a very strong message there will be no further aid to the Mubarak government.” Merkley says the U.S. should help ensure peaceful protests continue, so Egypt can move toward free and fair elections.

 

 

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