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Green Party celebrates Egyptian democratic victory, Asserts new government must be Egyptian, not US

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US Green Party celebrates Egypt’s giant step towards democracy, asserts that the Egyptian people must build a new government according to their own interests, not US strategic demands

The Green Party of the United States congratulated the Egyptian people and called President Hosni Mubarak’s resignation a huge step towards democracy, human rights, and stability for their country.

Romi Elnagar, member of the Green Party of Louisiana and wife and mother of Egyptian-Americans said:

The Egyptian revolution is a victory for the people of Egypt, and also the victory for an idea — the idea that violent regimes can be overthrown through nonviolent means. While police and rampaging pro-Mubarak thugs killed 350 and injured thousands more, the protesters themselves remained overwhelmingly peaceful.

US Greens hope for an end to the 30-year-old ’emergency decree’ and for a broad-based transitional government that embraces opposition parties, to begin the work of dismantling the brutally oppressive Mubarak regime.

The next step will take place when the military relinquishes power and Egyptians establish a civil government with a constitution, free and fair elections, democratic institutions, and the means to solve problems like unemployment and poverty.

Greens also urged the Obama Administration to cooperate in an investigation of the alleged $70 billion that Mr. Mubarak’s accumulated during his corrupt regime and to freeze any of his assets that are held in the US.

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Laura Wells

Laura Wells, 2010 Green Party candidate for Governor of California said:

We call on the US government to avoid meddling and respect the right of Egyptians to rule themselves. Aid for Egypt must be for humanitarian purposes, not military, and without strings attached. If the Obama Administration tries to press the new Egypt into subordination, to satisfy the US’s strategic military and economic interests in the region, we will betray the Egyptian people and their right to democratic sovereignty, “

US Greens noted that much of the conflict in the Middle East and resentment
of the US by Egyptians and other populations in the region centers around
the unresolved Palestinian- Israeli conflict.

Since making its 1979 ‘cold peace’ with Israel, the Egyptian government has
supported Israel’s ongoing ethnic cleansing of Palestine, most recently
complying with the siege of Gaza, in return for billions in aid from the
US. We look to the formation of a democratic Egypt which adheres to
international law and reflects its citizens’ long-standing opposition to
Israel’s oppression of Palestinians.

MORE INFORMATION

Egyptian Greens (in Arabic)
http://www.egyptian greens.com/ docs/firstpage/ index.php

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