CAIRO (AFP) - Potential presidential candidate Mohamed ElBaradei called on Sunday for a "clear roadmap" to civilian rule in Egypt, accusing all sides of having fallen short in the post-Hosni Mubarak era. "What I ask of (the ruling military) Council is that it announce a clear roadmap, to have a clear vision for citizens and for investors," the former UN nuclear watchdog chief told a news conference in Cairo. "I believe everybody has failed to manage it, whether it be the Council, the government or the revolutionaries," said ElBaradei, referring to the transition since president Mubarak's ouster in February in the face of mass protests.