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Los Angeles Times: Illogical for Egypt’s NDP to remain
Los Angeles Times: Illogical for Egypt’s NDP to remain
An article posted in The Los Angeles Times describes Egypt’s Supreme Administrative Court decision to dismantle the former ruling NDP and liquidate all the party’s financial assets and properties as a victory for Egyptian protestors.
Sunday, April 17,2011 16:27
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An article posted in The Los Angeles Times describes Egypt’s Supreme Administrative Court decision to dismantle the former ruling NDP and liquidate all the party’s financial assets and properties as a victory for Egyptian protestors.

The article cites that, it was illogical for any instruments of the fallen Mubarak regime to remain especially as the revolution has toppled the former ruling regime and forced the former President Hosni Mubarak, who was head of the NDP to step down. 

According to the article the decision marks the further unravelling of the power structure that presided over the country's corrupt police state for nearly 30 years since Mubarak’s rule.
tags: Mubarak / Mubarak Regime / NDP / Corruption / Ruling Party / Egyptian Regime / Egyptian Protestors / Egyptian Protests / Tahrir Square / Pro-Mubarak / Los Angeles Times
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