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Egypt’s prominent human rights groups are appealing to President Hosni Mubarak to put an end to 27-year-old emergency laws they say are standing in the way of reforms.

According to their joint statement Wednesday, 24 rights organizations say the laws are illegitimate and “an obstacle to comprehensive reforms.”

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