Revolutionary protest increases in Egypt, President dissolves the cabinet

Revolutionary protest increases in Egypt, President dissolves the cabinet

Cairo : Egypt | Jan 29, 2011 at 6:13 AM PST
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Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak

Reportedly, the president Muhammad Husney Mubarak addresses to the nation and announces that the cabinet is no longer exists. However, he himself did not resign and still sustains as the president of Egypt.

The president of Egypt Muhammad Husney Mubarak said in the address to the nation that on Saturday the new cabinet will be established.

Muhammad Husney Mubarak, moreover, shows his deep sorrow on killings during the revolutionary protest against his government in throughout the Egypt. He said that the nation should identify the difference between the hassle and peaceful protest and the revolutionary change cannot be successful with the hassle and unmerciful protest.

Muhammad Husney Mubarak spokes that he believes on independence of expression of views and opinions. Some unlike people are insisting the Egyptian nation on spreading disturbance and intolerance in the country. He strictly warned those people not to allow anyone to violate the peaceful environment of the country.

On the other side, the opposition leader has demanded from Muhammad Husney Mubarak to resign from his presidency. The opposition leader also announces that the protest will be continued throughout the country up to the resignation of Muhammad Husney Mubarak.

According to Arab Tv, the killings during the recent protest has toll over 16.

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The protest against Egyptian government increases and the president dissolves the cabinet.
imamid is based in Karāchi, Sind, Pakistan, and is a Reporter on Allvoices.
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