Egyptian military rulers met Tuesday with a delegation of pro-reform politicians, intellectuals, and businessmen to talk about the transition to civilian rule.
The delegation included pro-reform leader Mohamed ElBaradei and former Arab League chief Amr Moussa, who some Egyptians are already touting as a possible presidential candidate.
Media reports say the talks focused on constitutional reform and a timetable for new elections.
Egypt's transitional government has yet to decide whether to hold presidential elections or parliamentary elections first.
Some politicians are calling for a president to be elected before a parliament so no single party winds up dominating politics.
The Egyptian military's Supreme Council has been governing the country since a popular uprising forced President Hosni Mubarak to resign last month.
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