Friday, February 11, 2011

President Hosni Mubarak resigned

SOME big protesters Friday prayers in Tahrir Square in Cairo yesterday.
Cairo - CAIRO (AP) - Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak to resign yesterday after he left the Presidential Palace here.Announcement of his resignation was announced by Vice-President, Omar Suleiman on television yesterday."In this difficult situation, President Hosni Mubarak decided to leave his position as president," said Omar.Omar also announced that a military council would handle the affairs of the country.
Hosni has ruled Egypt nearly 30 years.Before this, Al-Arabiya television station reported yesterday Hosni Mubarak, 82, and all his family had left the Presidential Palace here when he was still holding office as President.Hosni and his family to the resort of Sharm el-Sheikh on the Red Sea.According to witnesses, at least two helicopters took off from the castle is visible.
Al-Arabiya television confirmed the arrival of the family in Sharm el-Sheikh.News that arose when the protesters moved into the palace, located in the Cairo suburb, Heliopolis.The movement of the protesters made it the first time since demonstrations took place on 25 January.The protesters gathered at the edge of the spine wire around the palace.
The protesters cheered as soon as know Hosni Mubarak resigned as president of Egypt in Cairo yesterday.
Meanwhile, tanks and elite troops in charge of presidential security guard around the palace."Army of the Republiccontrols the Presidential Palace Guard," explained a source of armed force.
Hosni often spend time in Sharm el-Sheikh is a popular tourist destination in the Red Sea and meet with guests there.Yesterday, the demonstrators in Tahrir Square Hosni frustrated and angry because he refused to resign.
- Agencies


amiYo said...

dh resign pon..x sabar nk balik egypt smula..hehe

hazuan said...

apa pun kita doakan semoga selamat semua disana...amin

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