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Egypt protest

  • Demonstrators held a numbers of anti-government protests to against Mubarak’s government and required him step down.

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  • The Egypt government prohibited citizens held any demonstrations and the son of Mubarak had escaped.

  • Twenty thousand people against government and 500 people were arrested.

  • People cannot use Internet in Egypt.

  • Mubarak has named Omar Suleiman as his first ever vice-president.

  • The government imposed a dusk-to-dawn curfew.

  • The Mubarak’s government wanted to have an open dialogue with political party.

  • Mubarak announces he will step down after September's presidential elections. Hundreds of thousands of people took place in Cairo.

  • Clashes between demonstrators and supporters of government.

  • The Egypt government talked with anti-government.

  • Cairo clashes continue.

  • The ruling party officers were resign, including the son of Mubarak.

  • Mubarak transferred some powers to Vice-President Omar Suleiman, but he said he won’t resigns.

  • Mubarak resigns.

  • Demonstrators held a new round of protests.

  • Field Marshal Mohamed Hussein Tantawi agreed to speed up presidential elections, which would happen by July 2012.

  • Egypt's military rulers have appointed ex-prime minister Kamal Ganzouri to form a new government.

  • Egypt's parliamentary elections starting