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Egypt in crisis: Your reaction

Hundreds of thousands of Egyptian demonstrators in Cairo and other cities, protesting for more than two weeks now, continue to call for Mubarak to leave office immediately despite the government saying that it will not “tolerate” protesting any longer. On the other hand, Egyptian labour unions have gone on a nationwide strike. What do you think will resolve the crisis? What is next for Egypt? Will Egypt’s uprising impact other countries in the region?

 

Published: 12 Feb 2011 08:34 GMT
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