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The morning after the night before

Xavier Zapata | 08:51 UK time, Saturday, 12 February 2011



This topic was discussed on World Have Your Say on 12 February 2011. Listen to the programme.


So President Mubarak has finally resigned. It's over. People in Cairo have been celebrating what opposition figurehead Mohammed El Baradei called "the greatest day of my life."

We've spoken to Egyptians who say the same thing. It's quite a statement. For many, it seems, yesterday was more amazing than the day they got married or the moment their child was born.

We'll be speaking to Egyptians about how they feel after eighteen extraordinary days of protest. Was yesterday really one of the most significant moments in their lives?

What about the Egyptians who never asked for a revolution? Is there a discontent surrounding Hosni Mubarak's resignation that's going under reported in the media?

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