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Byline: The Nation.
Egyptian govt makes new promises of reform but protesters stay put
Anti-Mubarak demonstrators say they will quit rally site only if he steps down
The Egyptian government pledged yesterday to investigate official corruption and election fraud but thousands of protesters swore not to move from the heart of downtown Cairo until President Hosni Mubarak steps down.
After two weeks of instability that pushed the most populous Arab nation to the edge of anarchy, the crisis appears to be settling into at least temporary stasis.
A series of government concessions have left the …