2011 has been proven to be a very critical year for the life of Egypt. This is not hidden from anyone, especially state of Northeastern Africa saw scale protests and mutinying that caused about more than 140 bereavements and more than thousands casualties. The revolts started off from 25th January, 2011, that witnessed millions of people trudging to the capital of Egypt i.e. Cairo and other big cities like Alexandra and Suez. The very first day of rioting resulted with spoiled fierce smashes and consequently many policemen along with some marchers lost their lives in Suez and Cairo. These protests last till more than weeks.
The roots of these riots began from the emergency law and led to across-the-board exploitation, all of which collectively had made dissenters claim for the resignation of President Hosni Mubarak. This emergency law contained such components that seized legitimate rights from people and gave additional authority to the cops for an unfixed time deprived of any sound reason. The protestors claimed that police callousness and cruelty had touched its highest point and so had the exploitation in the republic. The protest which had started off on 25th January grew with more than millions of protestors 2nd February, 2011. The Muslim brotherhood came out with such devotedness that made Ismail Etman to state that the army will not use dynamism in contradiction of the protestors.
During all this corruption, many countries started to evacuate their people from Egypt. Moreover, the economic condition of the country had collapsed to a meager condition; all the companies were closed down for indeterminate time. All bulletin and social schmoozing sites had been blocked in Egypt yet people used to access internet over proxy gateways. However the world watched all news concerning the chaos in Egypt, many news channels had also had to face the impacts of this violence with some journalists asserted that their broadcasting tools were seized by the ruling classes.
At the end all the protests and detriments had brought good news for the entire republic, the President Hosni Mubarak resigned and gave in to his nation’s “desire of change”.