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Why Are People In Egypt Protesting? - INFOGRAPHIC

Paresh Dave |
January 28, 2011 | 1:42 p.m. PST

Executive Producer


UPDATE Feb. 4: Check out an updated infographic: Why are people in Egypt still protesting?

UPDATE Feb. 1: Check out a new infographic explaining what the Egypt protests are actually accomplishing.


Egypt's four days of raging protests are the result of many issues they have had with their government reaching a boiling point. This high level of violent protests are likely to end in the next couple of days, but this whole idea of replacing Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak could fester until he dies or starts promising fundamental changes. The first step could be either raising the minimum wage or declaring an end to 30 years of emergency law. Here's a look at Egypt's grievances against the incumbent government:

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