Egyptian opposition leader Mohamed ElBaradei termed a regime change in Egypt as 'inevitable following the popular uprising in Tunisia. It is inevitable. Change must come, ElBaradei told the Austrian news in an interview published in an Arabic newspaper. ElBaradei, former head of the UN atomic watchdog, suggested that Egypts long-standing President Hosni Mubarak would soon find himself in a similar position unless political reforms were made. The diplomat, who headed the Vienna-based International Atomic Energy Agency for 12 years and even won the Nobel Peace Prize in 2005 for his work there, called for a boycott of Egypts presidential elections in September, saying the regime in his home country should be brought to its knees via peaceful demonstrations. Were trying with peaceful means, he said. He and his supporters had already collected one million signatures for a petition calling for the democratization of Egypt. If more people signed up then we will have the legitimacy to speak for everyone who has signed, ElBaradei said. ElBaradei said he hoped the regime would change before this years presidential elections.