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The general Minimal Supersymmetric Standard Model introduces new
sources for Lepton Flavor Violation (LFV) as well as CP-violation.
In this paper, we show that when both sources are present, the
electric dipole moment of the electron, de, receives a
contribution from the phase of the trilinear A-term of staus,
ϕAτ. For ϕAτ=π/2, the value of de,
depending on the ratios of the LFV mass elements, can range between
zero and three orders of magnitude above the present bound. We show
that the present bound on de rules out a large portion of the
CP-violating and the LFV parameter space which is consistent with
the bounds on the LFV rare decays.
We show that studying the correlation between de and the P-odd
asymmetry in τ→ eγ
helps us to derive a more conclusive bound on ϕAτ
We also discuss the possibility of cancelation among the
contributions of different CP-violating phases to de.
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