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Egypt:managing the change

Egypt:managing the change
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Egypt is now under the control of the military forces high command.

Everyone, both domestically and internationally, is hoping for a peaceful and stable transition to a civil democracy.

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Zakariya Abdel Aziz, President of the Club Judges, said the system must be looked at in its entirety so the events of recent weeks are never repeated.

“We want to work with the young people”, he says, “to familiarise them with the constitution so they can reclaim their rights.” said one campaigner.

In Cairo, the clean-up is well underway. Signs of the unrest are unmistakeable.

“Mubarak might have got away with billions of euros, but we have got Egypt,” said one woman, “we’re the winners here. And we will get the money back, no matter how long we have to spend in the square. They’ll be tried for corruption and we will get the money back.”

The hours of curfew have already been shortened.

But one of the euronews team of correspondents in Cairo, Mohammed Abdel Azim, says the question everyone is asking now is – what happens next?

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