Posted by: pinkturtle2 | Februari 14, 2011

Rakyat Mesir Bangkit Semula Mengencam Pemerintahan Tentera

A general view shows crowds and cars at Cairo's Tahrir Square, the epicentre of the popular revolt that drove veteran strongman Hosni Mubarak from power, as people camping out in the square pack and leave on February 13, 2011.

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A general view shows crowds and cars at Cairo’s Tahrir Square, the epicentre of the popular revolt that drove veteran strongman Hosni Mubarak from power, as people camping out in the square pack and leave on February 13, 2011.

A general view shows crowds and traffic at Cairo's Tahrir Square, the epicentre of the popular revolt that drove veteran strongman Hosni Mubarak from power, as people camping out in the square pack and leave on February 13, 2011.

Anti-government protestors demonstrate in Tahrir square in Caikro, Egypt, Sunday Feb 13, 2011. Egypt's military moved Sunday to restore order in Cairo after weeks of mass demonstrations and two days after Mubarak surrendered power to the military but still some  refused to leave. Many local residents also shouted at the protesters that it was time to go.

An anti-government protestor shouts during a demonstration against the evacuation in Tahrir square in Cairo, Egypt, Sunday Feb 13, 2011. Egypt's military moved Sunday to restore order in Cairo after weeks of mass demonstrations and two days after Mubarak surrendered power to the military but still some  refused to leave Tahrir square. Many local residents also shouted at the protesters that it was time to go.

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An anti-government protestor shouts during a demonstration against the evacuation in Tahrir square in Cairo, Egypt, Sunday Feb 13, 2011. Egypt’s military moved Sunday to restore order in Cairo after weeks of mass demonstrations and two days after Mubarak surrendered power to the military but still some refused to leave Tahrir square. Many local residents also shouted at the protesters that it was time to go.

Traffic passes through a crowded Tahrir Square in Cairo late February 13, 2011. Egypt's new military rulers said on Sunday they had dissolved parliament and suspended the constitution and would govern only for six months or until elections took place, following the overthrow of Hosni Mubarak.

Traffic passes through a crowded Tahrir Square in Cairo late February 13, 2011. Egypt’s new military rulers said on Sunday they had dissolved parliament and suspended the constitution and would govern only for six months or until elections took place, following the overthrow of Hosni Mubarak.

CAIRO, EGYPT - FEBRUARY 13:  Traffic moves through Tahrir Square after the army opened the thoroughfares and ordered protesters' encampments closed on February 13, 2011 in Cairo, Egypt. Two days after the resignation of President Hosni Mubarak, the Egyptian army is asserting its control and has dissolved the parliament and is suspending the constitution, meeting two key demands of pro-democracy protesters.

Rakyat Mesir Mengencam Pemerintahan Tentera

Egyptian protesters slam military rule

Egyptian protesters are still out on the streets as the new military rulers insist they will stay in power for six months or until elections.

The developments come two days after Mubarak handed over power to Egypt’s Supreme Council of the Armed Forces, which is headed by Defense Minister Gen. Mohammed Tantawi.

Meanwhile, protesters want all their demands met, including the transition of power from the military to a civilian, democratic government.

Clashes have erupted between the army and the protesters as troops tried to disperse thousands of demonstrators out in Cairo’s Liberation Square, a Press TV correspondent reported.

The wave of demonstrations in and around the square is showing no signs of stopping. Hundreds of thousands of protesters continue to rally in Liberation Square.

Meanwhile, the military has announced that it has dissolved the parliament and suspended the country’s constitution. It also said a committee would be formed to draft a new constitution.

Also, Egyptian Prime Minister Ahmed Shafiq has said all government miniseries are up and running. He added that restoring security to the country is a top priority.

Shafiq became premier after Mubarak sacked the cabinet amid massive rallies against his regime. Protesters have dismissed the new designation and any new prospects of military rule.

In separate developments, Egyptian bankers and the police have staged walkouts and protests to demand pay rises and better conditions.

Bank employees have gone on strike to protest their working conditions.

They are demanding the removal of corrupt managers and better pay. The bank employees also want an official probe into the former ruling National Democratic Party’s alleged involvement in financial bribery.

Thousands of Egyptian police have also held a demonstration outside the interior ministry in Cairo. The police force is demanding better pay and healthcare benefits.PressTV


Responses

  1. bro n sis……..

    PM baru dia ahmad shafiq habaq kata semua dok berjln elok…….hangpa jng dok lorat……
    cuma dia bagi tau tak sempat lagi nak ‘install’ sofware baru….
    maklum laa…..hardware lama dah rosak teruk…..hardisk lama dah hancoq…….tu yg tengah kalot tu………
    makan masa nak buat p’lembagaan baru toh…..

    yang aku heran tu……al baradie pi mana???……
    tak kan tinggai masalodey saja kot………
    patutnya dia laa yg naik……..

    mubarrack tinggai taik dia beteraboq ataih jalan……..
    baru padan muka ‘hangpa’…..
    tolong ‘cuci’ laa………
    nak kutip ‘pampers’ yg dia buang tu pun mau laa makan sebulan dua…….

    hangpa kena ingat……pokyet dia ramai lagi tu…..
    geng songkok laboh tiga jengkai pun banyak dok melilau kat sana lagi…….depa nie laa yg dok tahan tak bagi orang tu orang nie keluaq negeri….. kah kah kah
    pasai tu ramai dok suruh pecepat transisi dari tangan soja depa……

    yg syok tu pulak……
    polis dia pun buat demonstrasi jugak……minta naik gaji maa…..
    puak dok keroja kat bank sana pun suruh ‘manager’ korup depa melingkup buang….tu yg dok teruih mogok lagi tu…….
    habih camna budak-budak kita nak balik pi mengaji toh???…….
    kena tunggu lama lagi laa……..
    cuti sakan laa budak-budak kita tu……….
    dah la baru masuk ‘tadika’……..tup tup kena cuti……
    raya belanda laa budak-budak tu……..

    kah kah kah…………

  2. Salam,

    Cedera sunggoh la.
    Habih pekong di dada terbuka.
    Soal keluarga.Keluarga bangsa arab agama islam.
    Awat londeh habih semua.Patut mana lah ada
    koruption.Menyerupai islam songkok laboh nampak gayanya.
    Ala sarkis padang pasiaq.

    Sinki basuh pinggan mangkok ayaq dok
    meleleh plan-plan.Nak cuci jenoh dgn.
    karat,sereba mak nenek penoh dgn. lemak,sisik ikan,
    rambut dan ….30 tahun punya pipe.Nak mudah dan
    senang tutoh buat baghu.Set pinggan mangkok
    pon baghu.

    “””jenih busuk sampai ke usus jugak nooo”””
    melayu dgn. arab .sama naik…baguih raaaaaaaaaaah
    hantam saja lah labuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuu

  3. kalau camni… bila nak settle nya demo ni, ingat settle dah

    http://abgrara.wordpress.com/2011/02/14/batal-kan-konsert-penyanyi-syiah-ini/

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