Should martial law and state of emergency law in Egypt be abolished, retained or amended?

February 11, 2011, Thursday, it’s starting to be back to normal.  Finally, the protesters’ prayers have been answered.  President Hosni Mubarak resigned and turned over the authority to the military’s high council.  A lot of people are on the streets.  There were fireworks,  families and teenage groups cheered and had a great time.  It was a friendly atmosphere, some were even emotional.   After all the threats and uncertainties, I’m still thankful  that we have been protected, secured and have witnessed this historical and memorable event.

Majority are looking forward for total transformation and reform.   But will martial law be amended and bureaucracy be abolished?  Will there be constitutional amendments that will protect the people and promote democracy?   If not, then history will repeat itself.  As long as the martial law and  state of emergency law will not be amended, whoever is in authority will be protected and can be used against the civilians.

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