Jumat, 11 Februari 2011

Egyptian Society Celebrates Victory Over Withdrawal of President Mubarak

Egyptian society is currently celebrating the victory over his demands for reform in his country. Do not miss the Egyptian community in Britain also held a victory celebration following the resignation of President Hosni Mubarak, in the town square City of London, Trafalgar Square, Saturday.

Social Worker Team Indonesia and Timor Leste in Amnesty International, based in London Aditya Muharam to the correspondent Between London on Friday night said that the big celebration was held to celebrate the victory of the Egyptian people in the United Kingdom.

Meanwhile, British Prime Minister David Cameron said that Egypt has the opportunity and precious moment to move toward "civilian rule and democratic" in Egypt.

It was announced by British Prime Minister some time following the announcement of resignation as President of Egypt Hosni Mubarak following the demonstration by the people of Egypt for 18 days demanding the resignation of President Mubarak in power for 30 years.

David Cameron delivered a statement at 10 Downing Street, London, on Friday and said the new government must begin to build a society with an open, free and democratic. Cameron said what has happened today in Egypt is the first step and the UK as a friend of Egypt is ready to help in any way.

David Cameron said that Egypt has experienced "extraordinary" and urgent `` civilian rule after Hosni Mubarak stopped.

"Those who now runs Egypt has a duty to reflect the will of the people of Egypt in particular, there should be a transfer of civilian rule and democracy as part of the transition is very important for Egypt an open, democratic and free.

Meanwhile, Labor Party leader Ed Miliband, said the protesters had "great victory" and said good and the task now is to create a future of democracy won today ". Meanwhile, the founder and patron of the British Society of Egypt, Ahmed El-Mokadem, told the BBC in London said he felt "happy" Mubarak has resigned.

Ahmed El-Bayoumi, who had just returned from two weeks of protests in Cairo and planned to fly back to their home country on Saturday, adding that Egypt had "so much work to be done to rebuild the country. "

He said the Egyptians had "lost confidence" during the Mubarak as president, who had stopped development of the country. Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak finally resigned amid the demands of the protesters retreated. Vice President of Egypt, Omar Suleiman, has just announced President Mubarak decided to resign, and authority held by the military council.

"In the name of Allah the Merciful, the extremely difficult situation faced by Egypt, President Hosni Mubarak decided to resign as president of the republic and appoint the Military Council to run the tasks of the state," said Suleiman.

"May God help us all," added Vice President of Egypt. Announcement through this television was greeted instantly by a mass demonstration in Tahrir Square and other cities, such as in Alexandria.

"Clearly, we need to see who will take power We have a lot of work to do," he said.

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