Tuesday, July 12, 2011

Egyptian Prime Minister announces cabinet remodeling after protests in the square Tahir

The Egyptian Prime Minister Essam Sharaf, has decided to act after the demonstrations that took place last Friday in Tahrir Square, the epicenter of the protests last January that ended the regime of Hosni Mubarak. The mayor said in a televised speech that makes for "preserving the revolution" and to respond to claims that they took to the streets once again, thousands of Egyptians who demanded progress in the democratic process.

Protesters have demanded the resignation of Deputy Prime Minister Gamal Yehia, and current Interior Minister Mansur Esawi, but did not clarify whether Sharaf remodeling affect them. The prime minister, however, has promised to change the governors of the country before the end of the month and announced that it has instructed the Ministry of Interior to remove the police officers involved in crimes against demonstrators during the 18 days that lasted the protests.

It has also asked the portfolio "to retrieve quickly the security and stability in the streets." The head of the Egyptian Government has recognized that living a "historic moment" and that is needed "better communication" between the rulers and the people. So one of the points announced in his televised address that the request has been made to the Supreme Judicial Council, that the trials of those implicated in the deaths of demonstrators are public "to reassure the people and the families of the martyrs ".

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