The Egyptian revolution is in danger! Millions took to the streets on Jan 25 and, in 18 days, were successful in forcing Mubarak out. But is he really out?
The answer is no! Mubarak might be in the Red Sea resort of Sharm el-Sheikh, but the government is operating just as if he never left!
Ahmad Shafik, the Prime Minister chosen by Mubarak in his last days of rule, is still pm. He is a student of the Mubarak regime and is unlikely to go against the old man's wishes.
This might explain who until this day, Egyptian authorities have made no official requests to foreign governments regarding freezing Mubarak's dispersed wealth. Or, I should correctly say, the Egyptian people's wealth, stolen by the Mubaraks!
If Egyptians want concrete changes, then Mubark has to really leave! This means all of his servants have to leave the government.
When Mubarak stepped down on Feb. 11th, the very next day, Egyptian youth everywhere, took to the streets with detergents and paint, intent on purifying the streets from the traces of the Mubarak era.
It is time to purify the government from the very same poisonous traces that are threatening the success of the Egyptian revolution!