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Egypt

Program aksi untuk revolusi Mesir

Kemenangan untuk revolusi Mesir!
Revolusi di Mesir merupakan inspirasi bagi semua orang yang ingin melawan penindasan di seluruh dunia. Read more...

LIVE REPORTING from TAHRIR SQ, EGYPTIAN REVOLUTION

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Our members in Cario are at the huge demonstrations against the regime. They will be reporting back every two or three hours on the Egyptian Revolution as it happens. We update this page as we receive their reports - keep checking back for new updates. Read more...

Action programme for Egyptian revolution

Victory to the Egyptian revolution! Read more...

برنامج العمل من أجل مصر

النصر للثورة المصرية Read more...

Victory to the Egyptian Revolution!

Egypt is aflame with revolution. The world has watched with bated breath as millions of Egyptians, led by young people and joined by factory workers, rapidly drawing in the poor from the slums, have shown that they will not be intimidated and coerced any longer. Read more...

The revolution in Egypt at a crucial stage

Soldiers and demonstrators mingling on the streets, a strike wave in Suez and calls for a general strike indicate that the revolution is on the move, but Mubarak is not finished yet, writes Simon Hardy Read more...

A call to revolution - Egypt must be free

A call for protests after Friday prayers will see hundreds of thousands demonstrating against the hated Mubarak regime in Egypt, Simon Hardy explains what is at stake not just in Egypt but across the Arab world Read more...

Strikes in Egypt – cracks in the regime

Since the 2006 there has been a dramatic resurgence in the workers movement in Egypt, the largest Arab country in terms of population with a population of over 80 million people, and where 17 per cent of the workforce are industrial workers. President Hosni Mubarak has held Egypt in an iron grip since 1981, utilizing emergency laws for 25 years to ban opposition parties and independent unions. Egypt is a key US ally in the region receiving the second highest level of US subventions, Israel of course being number one. Since 1979 US economic aid to Egypt has totaled $30 billon and there has been a similar figure for military aid. In the first multi-candidate presidential elections in 2005, in which Mubarak still won with 88 per cent of the vote, there has been something of a relaxation of the dictatorship with various opposition forces emerging including  the long term opponent of the military regimes of Gamal Abdel Nasser 1956-70, Anwar Sadat 1970-1981 and Mubarak- the Muslim League. Read more...

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