Tuesday, July 12, 2011

Egyptian Prime Minister reshape the Government to preserve the Revolution

The head of the Egyptian government, Esam Sharaf, announced Monday that within a week will undertake a remodeling of its Executive in response to the demands of the demonstrators in Tahrir Square, for "preserving the revolution" of January 25, which ended the regime of Hosni Mubarak. In a televised address to the nation, Sharaf said several of the claims have once again take to the streets to thousands of Egyptians since last Friday, but gave no details of what the ministries affected by the remodeling.

The protesters, hundreds of whom have been camped Tahir and other Egyptian cities, with emphasis have asked for the resignation of Deputy Prime Minister Gamal Yehia, and current Interior Minister Mansur Esawi. Also, Sharaf promised to change the governors of the country before the end of this month and said he had instructed the Ministry of the Interior set aside within 15 days the police involved in crimes against protesters in the 18 days of the revolution that prompted the resignation of Mubarak on 11 February.

Similarly, asked Interior to "recover quickly security and stability in the streets" and recalled that the police chiefs and officers "have our total support and confidence." In another of the seven points of the speech, Sharaf called the Superior Council of Magistrates to make public judgments of those involved in the killing of demonstrators and that these processes are accelerated "to reassure the people and the families of martyrs." Sharaf acknowledged that the country is experiencing a "historic moment" that needs "better communication" between the rulers and people to get the people's demands and preserve the revolution, and therefore asked the Egyptians to give the Government another chance.

The prime minister also promised to reform state institutions news and information, before ending by announcing that "the next stage will take decisions that comply with all demands of the people and the objectives of the revolution."

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