How should African governments respond to what's happening in Egypt?
As protesters maintain their pressure on Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak to quit immediately, several world leaders have spoken out and commented on what's happening.
US President Barack Obama said an orderly transition "must begin now", while Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan said Mr Mubarak should take a "different step".
Interestingly, no African leader has spoken out despite the fact that this is happening to one of the most significant countries on the continent.
Do you think your head of state should be more vocal on what's happening in Egypt? If so, what would you like them to say? How should African governments respond to the events in Egypt?
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