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Biyaishumptydumpty

Revolutionaries should take a serious, blood curdling oath to detest and desist from tribalism and corruption in all its forms. We should bury tribalism and nepotism as part of any revolutionary doctrine.

Elene Parker

I think one of the greater observations that we have to keep in mind in regards to the events in Egypt is that whatever happens, the result will not be an isolated event within the country. Instead, precedents (as explained here: http://www.pressdisplay.com/pressdisplay/showlink.aspx?bookmarkid=RIK3MJA1P6U7&preview=article&linkid=d5d8c2a4-7ecd-4a0d-b521-97a7f1d5b402&pdaffid=ZVFwBG5jk4Kvl9OaBJc5%2bg%3d%3d) seem to indicate a very strong impact within the Middle East in general.

Well I hope this little bit is something to also keep in mind.

Ndogo

It is true both Presidents have been in power for long but the relationships between each president and his people are different. If President Paul Biya is still in power, it is a decision from Cameroonians. If you think he will be forced out, then you are deceiving yourselves, it is a dream that will never come true.

Davidson

Ndogo i do not agree with you that it is Cameroonians who are keeping Biya in Power. What is keeping him in power is elections fraud and the military, Biya can never win any free and fair elections in a country where unemployment is about 80 per cent.

Greg

Cameroon and Egypt are two different countries and never will what happened in Egypt happen in Cameroon because contexts are different. I know it is the wish of many but they are all being and all be disappointed. You need to understand and keep in mind that President Paul Biya and Mubarak are two different people the former being loved by his people and the latter not being loved.

tours in egypt

There can be no democracy until the defacto military government transitions. There must be a national election in the government.

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