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    • Canadian Observer
    • 13.02.11 | 20:36 (IST)

    it over. Logios makes a valid . Mubarak, was as any Arab interested in preserving dignity and avoid humilaition of leaving at the hight of demonstrations. Mubarak promoised not to run in September and anyone who thiks logically would agree that Mubarak was a LAME DUCK President. He is a 83 year man dying of cancer. Hnece is was done politically and the only think he wanted is not to be deposed by a rioting crowds. Yet, the rioting demonstartors persisted in humilaiting him. What did they achieved? A Military Junta is now in power. The head of the Junta is Field Marshal Tantawi... THE MOST CONSERVATIVE MINISTER in Mubaraks Regime, Tantawi opposed liberalization reforms in 1992,,, Get a life, smell your coffee... and you will see that Tantawi will not let go of his now dictatorial powers!!! That is the history of Egyptian rulers as well as Arab and Most Moslem governing regimes except Turkey, Malaysia.m and Indonesia... Mark my word s for it.. wait and see.

    from the article: Egypt's military moves to dissolve parliament, suspend constitution
    First published 16:28 13.02.11 | Last updated 16:28 13.02.11
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