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Youth revolution

Inwith opposition increasing, Daily News Egypt reported an online campaign initiative the National Initiative against Power Inheritance demanding that Gamal reduce his power.

The campaign said, "President Mubarak and his son constantly denied even the possibility of [succession]. However, in reality they did the opposite, including amending the constitution to make sure that Gamal will be the only unchallenged candidate.

Emergency law in Egypt Emergency law Law No. It limits non-governmental political activity, including demonstrationsunapproved political organizations and unregistered financial donations. Law enforcement in Egypt According to a U. Embassy report, police brutality has been widespread in Egypt.

However, claims by domestic and international groups provided cellphone videos or first-hand accounts of hundreds of cases of police brutality. The Egyptian Organization for Human Rights documented 30 cases of torture during the year In numerous trials defendants alleged that police tortured them during questioning.

During the year activists and observers circulated some amateur cellphone videos documenting the alleged abuse of citizens by security officials. For example, on 8 February, a blogger posted a video of two police officers, identified by their first names and last initials, sodomizing a bound naked man named Ahmed Abdel Fattah Ali with a bottle.

On 12 August, the same blogger posted two videos of alleged police torture of a man in a Port Said police station by the head of investigations, Mohammed Abu Ghazala. There was no indication that the government investigated either case.

He witnessed fellow Egyptian protesters being tortured, assaulted, and taken to undisclosed locations by police officers. Shenker and other detainees were released after covert intervention by Ayman Nourthe father of a fellow detainee.

Although opposition groups and international election-monitoring agencies charged that the elections were rigged, those agencies were not allowed to monitor elections.

Youth revolution

The only opposition presidential candidate in recent Egyptian history, Ayman Nour, was imprisoned before the elections. Demographics of EgyptDemographic trapand Youth bulge Egyptian population pyramid in ; many people age 30 and younger, despite education, have difficulty finding work.

The population of Egypt grew from 30, in [92] to roughly 79, by From to the Mubarak government pursued economic reform to attract foreign investment and increase GDP, later postponing further reforms because of the Great Recession. Inanalysts said that the government of Prime Minister Ahmed Nazif would need to resume economic reform to attract foreign investment, increase growth and improve economic conditions.

Despite recent high national economic growth, living conditions for the average Egyptian remained relatively poor [96] albeit better than other African nations [94] with no significant social upheavals.

Ahmed Ezz monopolised the steel industry, with more than 60 percent of market share. Opposition and citizen activists called for changes to a number of legal and constitutional provisions affecting elections.

Tunisian revolution Following the ousting of Tunisian president Zine El Abidine Ben Ali after mass protests, many analysts including former European Commission President Romano Prodi saw Egypt as the next country where such a revolution might occur. After the self-immolation of Mohamed Bouazizi in Tunisia on 17 December, a man set himself afire on 18 January in front of the Egyptian parliament [] and five more attempts followed.

Mohammed Farouq Mohammed, who is a lawyer, also set himself afire in front of the parliament to protest his ex-wife, who did not allow him to see his daughters.

Many political movements, opposition parties and public figures supported the day of revolt, including Youth for Justice and Freedom, the Coalition of the Youth of the Revolutionthe Popular Democratic Movement for Change, the Revolutionary Socialists and the National Association for Change.

The April 6 Youth Movement was a major supporter of the protest, distributing 20, leaflets saying "I will protest on 25 January for my rights". The leftist National Progressive Unionist Party the Tagammu said that it would not participate, and the Coptic Church urged Christians not to participate in the protests.

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