Saturday, February 05, 2011

Is the Protest Progress in Egypt Slow or Stopped? You Decide

A very detailed summary of the progress to date, and what is going on right now. Bottom line, no one person or party speaks for the protesters. And Mubarak is still there. One other thing to note: the military has not really shown its true colors yet, doing a great job of keeping the protesters safe but also not allowing them to get aggressive. So, what side is the military on? That remains to be seen.

From a different perspective, the protesters seem to be making slow progress with more of the National Democratic Party leadership having resigned today. Slow progress though and will it soon trickle to a stop?

Cairo protesters hold firm - Middle East - Al Jazeera English



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1 comment:

  1. Anonymous7/2/11 21:29

    I hope the protestors win, people are dieing there...

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