Egyptians calls for President Mobarak to step down...

Philippines
February 1, 2011 7:48am CST
It has been almost a week since the Egyptians called for their President to step down and be replaced by a new administration. I think 30 years of ruling over the country, without any progress, is more than enough. The Egyptians need a new government, give chance to others who may be more deserving of the position as president. Don't you think?
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@indahfth (11173)
• Indonesia
4 Feb 11
that occurred in Egypt today, ever happened in my country. people want a new government after 32 years, is held by the same president. Ultimately, the president handed over his post. I hope, Mubarak also do the same. In order not to increase the victim, and Egypt became safe again.
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• Philippines
5 Feb 11
Yeah, why is it that there are people ones in power would not vacate their position even though they had not done much to the growth of their country.They should give others a chance, maybe other leaders can do it what he had not done before.thanks for your time...
@yresh12 (3219)
• Philippines
1 Feb 11
I know what you mean my friend. Our country has been in the same position years ago under the Marcus regime. It had been a very different time for our fellow countrymen. Good thing I wasn't born then but my parents were also affected by that time. I totally agree that Egypt should also do the same. Their leader has been there for 30 years and no progress. I hope that their country will get their freedom just like we did years ago.
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• Philippines
2 Feb 11
Good day yresh12, yeah, we did that years ago and many nation have followed after.Some nations did good while others still struggling to make better.Anyway lets hope Egyptians unrest don't escalates into something big.thanks for your time...
@piya84 (2589)
• India
2 Feb 11
Yes saw those news and i feel for those people.
• Philippines
3 Feb 11
Well, we can't blame them if they want a new government.They have been under President Mobarak for long years and still they say their country is not moving and they want changes.Let's just hope that the unrest will not last long.thanks piya84
@Epps11 (2)
• United States
2 Feb 11
I really feel sorry for the President.
• Philippines
2 Feb 11
Yes, but we don't know what provoke their people.Maybe President Mobarak had not done what his people expected of him so they want changes.Thanks for the thread my friend...