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Egypt's President Hosni Mubarak attends a meeting with South Africa's President Jacob Zuma at the presidential palace in Cairo in this October 19, 2010 file picture. Mubarak resigned as head of Egypt's ruling party on February 5, 2011,  television said. Picture taken October 19, 2010.

buat gempaq je lu ni bro… buat ape kamu pi letak jawatan Presiden parti... rakyat mahu kamu berambus dari jawatan Presiden Mesir, bukannya presiden parti...  ape lah kamu ni bro, tak paham2 kehendak rakyat... hidup menyusahkan rakyat je, lebih baik berambusss

Leadership of Egypt’s ruling party resigns
CAIRO – State TV says the top leadership body of Egypt’s ruling party, including the president’s son Gamal Mubarak and the party secretary-general Safwat el-Sharif, resigned Saturday in a new gesture apparently aimed at convincing anti-government protesters that the regime is serious about reform.

Protesters have shrugged off other concessions by the regime in the past 12 days of unprecedented street demonstrations, saying they will settle for nothing less than the immediate ouster of President Hosni Mubarak, Egypt’s ruler for nearly 30 years.

State TV said the ruling party’s six-member Steering Committee of the General Secretariat stepped down and was replaced. The council was the party’s highest decision-making body, and el-Sharif and other outgoing members were some of the most powerful — and to many Egyptians, unpopular — political figures in the regime.

El-Sharif was replaced by Hossam Badrawi, a party figure who had been sidelined within its ranks in recent years because of his sharp criticisms of some policies.

The new appointments to the body were largely young figures, one of the replacements Mohammed Kamal told The Associated Press. “It’s a good change. It reflects the mood of change that is sweeping the country,” he said.

Gamal Mubarak, who was a member of the Steering Committee, was widely seen as being groomed by his father Hosni Mubarak to succeed him as president. But Vice President Omar Suleiman promised earlier in the week that Gamal would not run for president in elections due in September.

The younger Mubarak was also head of the party’s powerful policies committee, where for the past decade he led a campaign of economic liberalization. State TV said Gamal was also removed from that post and replaced by Badrawi.

The announcement was greeted with scorn by some of the tens of thousands of protesters gathered in Cairo’s Tahrir Square. Wael Khalil, a 45-year-old activist, said it would “reinforce their (protersers’) resolve and increase their confidence because it shows that they are winning, and the regime is retreating inch by inch.”AP

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Egyptian TV reports that Hosni Mubarak resigns as head of the ruling NDP party – more details soon. aljazeera.net
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Letak jawatan sebagai Presiden Parti je,bukan Presiden Mesir.. Beza tu… Rakyat tetap tak setuju kerana yang rakyat tuntut dari Diktator Mubarak dalam protes berminggu-minggu ini ialah letak jawatan sebagai Presiden Mesir bukannya Presiden Parti… Nak perintah sampai mampuih pun lantak pi lah dengan partinya…

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