Friday, February 11, 2011

LIVE. Egypt: Hosni Mubarak left Cairo with his family

The day after the televised speech of Hosni Mubarak, who has announced he delegated his powers but remained in place until September, demonstrators, more than ever, demanding his departure on Tahrir Square in Cairo and other cities.
2:35 p.m.. Israeli Labour MP Binyamin Ben Eliezer said that Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak told him during a telephone conversation Thursday night shortly before his televised speech, he sought an "honorable way out." "He knows it's over, it's the end of the road. He did say one thing shortly before his speech, that he sought a way out. "
2:27 p.m.. The source close to the government which announced the departure of Mubarak in Cairo declined to say whether the president and his family left Egypt and won the resort of Sharm el-Sheikh in Sinai, where the president has a residence.
2:17 p.m.. The French Foreign Ministry on Friday denounced critics 'unfair' work against the embassy in Cairo, accused in the media do not adequately assist the French during the violence and demonstrations. "From the beginning of the events, our embassy in Cairo, our Consulate General and our entire French system in Egypt were mobilized to ensure the safety of our compatriots," said the spokesperson of the Quai d'Orsay Bernard Valero.
2:16 p.m.. A government source confirmed that porch Hosni Mubarak has indeed left the Egyptian capital with his family to an unknown destination.
14:05. "Do not give up if it is defeated." For "who defeated Ben Ali, the former Tunisian president, whose revolution has inspired and served as an example to the demonstrations in Egypt, the pressure may be from the rais Hosni Mubarak.
14 hours. An official quoted by the Egyptian television channel France 24, Hosni Mubarak reportedly left Cairo on the night of Thursday to Friday after his speech.
13:45. According to France 24, citing El Arabiya channel, Mubarak had left Cairo.
13.15. In Alexandria the crowd of demonstrators was estimated at 100,000 people.
12:56. Tens of thousands of people demonstrated across the country following Friday prayers in the city of Mahala, Tanta, Alexandria, Ismailia, Suez also. Each time the same slogan: "Mubarak must go!". 12:45. Protesters head for state television in Cairo.
24:39. Tensions are reported by Al Jazeera television between demonstrators and soldiers near the presidential palace. Gathered outside the building, the protesters hoped to secure the support of the army and left vent their anger by learning the military's position.

24:26. Germany calls on the Egyptian officials to "take note" of the popular will of a democratic transition without President Hosni Mubarak. "We want facts, just as the protesters are also demanding the establishment of Cairo and Egypt. We need a change quickly, "said the head of German diplomacy Westerwelle from New York where he will participate in the Security Council of UN. "It's the Egyptian people to decide for itself which directs," he reiterated.
12:19. Friday prayers just ended in Egypt. Tahrir Square, Cairo, thousands of people attended.
11:19: Three soldiers of the Egyptian army dropped their weapons and uniforms to join the anti-regime demonstrators in central Cairo, witnesses say.
11am: The Egyptian army ensures that it will ensure "free and fair elections"
10:55: Army warns against any breach of security of the nation
10:54: The Egyptian army has called for "a return to normal life," while tens of thousands of people continued to protest in Cairo against the regime of President Hosni Mubarak.
10h50: The Egyptian army says it is the guarantor of reforms promised by President Hosni Mubarak, who has delegated his powers to ensure its vice-president under pressure from the street, according to a statement read on state television, State.
9:45: Khairy Ramadan Ali, a carpenter who worked for the U.S. Embassy for 18 years was killed during the violence that marred the anti-government protests in the country, announced Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. He had been missing since Jan. 28.
9.40: "We want facts, just as the protesters are also demanding the establishment of Cairo and Egypt. It takes a quick change, "said the Radio WDR5 Westerwelle, head of German diplomacy, from New York where he will participate in the Security Council of the United Nations.

9h05: Tens of thousands of protesters gather from dawn on Tahrir Square, ready for another massive mobilization against Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak, who clings to power.
8:35: "If she wishes, we are ready to assist Egypt in this period of transition", proposed by France 2's head of French diplomacy, Michele Alliot-Marie, scratching the transition pressure from U.S. stressing the need to "be respectful" of the will of the Egyptians.
8:30: In a "statement number 1," the supreme military council announced it was considering "measures" necessary to protect the country and "support the legitimate demands of the people." State television interrupted its programming to broadcast this brief text read by a soldier in uniform.
Thursday, 11:10 p.m.: The presidential intervention has caused consternation and anger among the protesters instead of HAART. They claimed that the army deployed in force around the protesters, take a stand, "Egyptian Army must make a choice, the plan or the people!"

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