Lights of Democracy Blinds Egypt from Seeing Mubarak’s Acheivments

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President Mubarak can say kefaya to the opportunist and to all the people who wants to cause instability in Egypt and use certain issues to create problems and can ask them to unite under one slogan of democracy to take Egypt forward and allow reforms to take shape in steady and stable progress.

People in Egypt are getting very excited about the historical declaration of President Mubarak when he ordered the change of election law for the first time in Egypt History Something which no other Egyptian Ruler or President has done for Egypt throughout its history. The least that can be said is thank you President Mubarak.

Now you can ask for more, as it is said “if you don’t ask you don’t get or you don’t need” and now president mubarak can say to the critics’ kefaya whingeing” or enough whingeing. He has given Egypt and the Egyptian people a big present by calling ordering the change of election law and allowing the dawn of true democracy to rise in Egypt.

President Mubarak can say kefaya to the opportunist and to all the people who wants to cause instability in Egypt and use certain issues to create problems and can ask them to unite under one slogan of democracy to take Egypt forward and allow reforms to take shape in steady and stable progress. Full article at http://www.egyptelection.com/..

Although this could be very controversial, it is very important in all this excitement not to forget President Hosni Mubarak's achievements since he came to power in 1981 which are appreciated and highly respected by all world countries.

Before jumping from the frying pan into the fire, it would be a great idea and it is only fair to take a tour through President Mubarak’s four terms of presidential legacy and list some of his achievements. With this in mind Egyptian people can ask themselves what they are looking for in a newly elected president.

President Mubarak came to office during a critical period when Egypt was isolated from its sister Arab countries. Arabs felt the need for Egypt’s lead in the Arab world.

In 1989, the Arab leaders did their best to achieve Arab solidarity and invited Egypt to take its pioneering role once again as the heart of the Arab nations (After being excluded following the peace agreement with Israel).

From the day he succeeded Anwar Sadat, Mubarak and his government have promoted stability in the Middle East.

Mubarak managed to differentiate between Egypt's peaceful relations with Israel and its condemnation of the acts of violence and aggression that Lebanon and the Palestinians were subjected to.

He thus succeeded in restoring good relations with the Arab states and in returning the Arab League to its Cairo headquarters, initiating a new era of Arab reconciliation.

Some of the main aspects of Egypt's foreign policy are Egypt's strong desire to consolidate the Arab-Israeli peace process. Full article at http://www.egyptelection.com/..

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