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Ni siku ya 17 bado hakieleweki

Discussion in 'Jukwaa la Siasa' started by Masanilo, Feb 10, 2011.

  1. Masanilo

    Masanilo JF-Expert Member

    Feb 10, 2011
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    In Tahrir [Liberation] Square in the Egyptian capital, there is a growing sense of camaraderie as demonstrators continue to rally until Hosni Mubarak steps down as president. As the unrest enters its 17th day, protesters are forging close bonds and exploring new ways of making their voices heard.

    • Egyptian labour unions has joined the race for the second day
    • Lawyers, public transport workers and the artists syndicate are among those who joined the strikes
    • Around 20,000 factory workers had stayed away from work across Egypt
    • Egyptians from abroad returning to join the pro-democracy camp.
    • Internet campaign is currently on to mobilise expatriates to return and support the uprising JF can do the same in case we opt for National wide strikes
    Pressure on the Mubarak's government is from all angles. I can not imagine the economy of Egypt at this point is on post mortems table and it will take ages to revive. I strongly argue Mubarak to step down for the betterment of Egyptians people