Selasa, 08 Februari 2011

Ikhwanul Muslimin Threatens to Stop Dialogue with Government

The protesters who barricaded in Tahrir Square in the heart of Cairo has vowed to stay until Mubarak stopped. They still hope that the action that has been held for two weeks in the road it will collect a lot of the masses again on Tuesday and Thursday.

Because many youth are disillusioned and rejected political dialogue that has been done. United States (U.S.) has urged all parties to be patient for the sake of an orderly transition in the Egyptian political order over the decades has become a strategic ally.

But Mubarak demonstrators worried when he left he would not be replaced by democracy they want. Instead they will be led again by an authoritarian ruler. The opposition has called for an amendment to the constitution for the legal basis elections free and fair presidential, presidential term limits, the dissolution of parliament, the legal basis for exemption sekaligu for political prisoners and the abolition of emergency law.

"We continue to examine and monitor the situation. We will continue to reconsider all the main questions in the dialogue, to determine our attitude" according to a spokesman for the Ikhwanul Muslimin, Essam el-Erian.

"We will re-evaluate based on the results. Some demands may be met but there has been no response to our demand that Mubarak's main go. If that's the case, then the dialogue could not have done it again"

The potential rise of power of the Ikhwanul Muslimin - which is widely regarded by people as the best opposition group - has been difficult for the West and also the position of Israel as an ally of Egypt. The existence of the group is also considered to threaten peace in the Arab region.

U.S. President, Obama, on Sunday had said the Ikhwanul Muslimin did not receive majority support. Then on Monday, the White House expressed concern on the anti-American rhetoric that often carried the Group.

But the White House looks refrained say oppose the takeover of government power in the future by the group. "We do not have a deal with the Ikhwanul Muslimin," said White House spokesman, Robert Gibs told reporters.

Mubarak, 82, who reject calls to end his term of office for 30 years before the elections of September, said his resignation would only lead to chaos in the Arab world. He also tried to focus on the restoration of order. Reign, by the people, is seen merely playing for time.

Meanwhile, to make traffic flow resumed around Tahrir Square, the army on Monday, trying to narrow the areas occupied by the protesters. Last night the protesters marched out of the tent to surround the soldiers who tried to move them to a small lebh area.

The role of the army which is still berkuaa in the coming weeks are considered crucial for the future of Egypt. "The soldiers began to get nervous, so does the mass action. Army wanted to narrow the space for us only in a small circle in the middle of the field for traffic to walk again," he said a participant action, Mohamed Shalaby, 27.

Resurrection of the people, called by some activists as "Revolution Nile" is said to have claimed 300 lives so far, according to UN calculations.

The existence of a dialogue between the government and the Ikhwanul Muslimin - whose members have been suppressed by the security forces constituted Mubarak scary - is the real progress that may never be imagined before it comes resurrection.

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