Egyptian Christians take part in the protests
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Lukewarm response to Egypt's political talks

Egypt's opposition groups have said government proposals on how to end the political crisis are not enough.

The banned Muslim Brotherhood and other groups took part in landmark talks with the government, following days of protests aimed at forcing President Hosni Mubarak to resign.

The government has proposed a reform of the constitution, but the opposition says the talks are only a first step.

The BBC's Jeremy Bowen reports from Cairo.

  • 07 Feb 2011