Mubarak: 'There will be new government tomorrow'

By JPOST.COM STAFF
January 29, 2011 02:39

Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak made his first public statement since anti-government protests began four days ago. He said he is aware of the problems faced by Egyptian people, called for order and announced that the government will be replaced on Saturday.

Mubarak said that the Egyptian people's goals cannot be achieved through violence or chaos, they can only be achieved by national dialogue and concerted efforts.

"In my capacity as president of the republic, I always stressed and continue to reiterate that sovereignty belongs to the people." However, he continued, "There is a fine line separating freedom from chaos."


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