Mubarak Offers To Negotiate

Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak, seeking to salvage his 29-year rule, made his first offer to discuss reforms with opposition groups, as protesters gathered for a massive march to force him to resign and his Western allies discussed plans for his exit. (3 hours ago)

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2 Responses to “Mubarak Offers To Negotiate”

  1. Irene Hankins says:

    This article is about how Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak made his first offer to discuss reforms with opposition groups. This was in response to a massive march of protesters attempting to force him into resignation. However, the opposition stated they would not negotiate as long as Mubarak remained in office.

  2. Janeen Ovando says:

    The ouster of the Mubarak administration promises a virgin age for Northeastern Africa. With the transfer of power comes a perilous age of unknown ramification, and many dangers yet lurking. We wish for the best for Egypt’s citizens and that their decisions will not only be the correct ones for themselves, but for the rest of the globe.