Egypt Ruling Party Leaders Resign

In an attempt to calm protesters in Egypt, ruling party leaders gave their resignations. However, the protests have not slowed, and will not do so until the people are satisfied with the removal of current Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak steps down.

As increased pressure from the likes of the United States, the likely person to be placed in the office of president is the newly named VP, Omar Suleiman. As it is uncertain who will take Mubarak’s place, one thing is certain, and that is that the people want him out.

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