Egyptians Ahmed Kamal and Khaled Bichara give their differing views
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Egyptians on why they do and do not back Mubarak

Anti-government protesters in Egypt are continuing to occupy the streets calling for the removal of the country's president.

Two Egyptians gave their arguments for why President Mubarak should leave and why he should be allowed to stay.

Khaled Bichara, who supports the anti-government movement, said any trust in the president "is broken".

But Ahmed Kamal said although he believes the president should step down at the end of his current term, to force him to leave now would be too dangerous for Egypt's stability.

  • 03 Feb 2011
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