What next for Egypt?
The politburo of Egypt's ruling National Democratic Party (NDP) has resigned en masse, in an apparent response to anti-government protests. Will protests continue?
Two key allies of President Hosni Mubarak, including his son Gamal, were stripped of their posts. Both positions were taken by Hossam Badrawi, a reformer and prominent physician.
Unconfirmed reports from a private TV channel said President Mubarak himself had also resigned as head of the party.
Protesters still occupy Cairo's Tahrir Square, but their numbers have fallen from Friday's huge rally.
Are you in Egypt? Do you think the protests will continue? Should the focus now be on reviving the economy? Do the resignations go far enough?
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