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REFLECTIONS AFTER ONE YEAR OF MUBARAK 'S RESIGNATION

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Submitted by sam (Canada), Feb 11, 2012 at 17:05

This revolution started well with honest and sincere intentions by all classes of the nation . Soon enough it showed cracks and hence failed badly because it lacked leadership, plan and a thorough follow up. Soon enough, the military council neutralized it and claimed guardianship and protector of the said revolution. Nothing far from the truth. Leaders of the council are Mubarak's men. To give a civilian face to the revolution, Muslim Brotherhood were handed over the parliament on the bodies of hundreds of martyrs and unknown and bleak future to religious minorities!!

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