US Senator John McCain has condemned Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak's "deeply unfortunate and troubling" refusal to step down immediately and urged him to heed his people's calls to quit power.Also, Group of Egyptian protesters call on Iranians to revolt against Tehran govt
"President Mubarak's announcement that he will remain in power is deeply unfortunate and troubling," McCain said in a statement shortly after a televised speech by the longtime US ally in which he stopped short of resigning.
"I urge President Mubarak to begin listening to and trusting his people. The stability of Egypt and the wider region increasingly depend on it," said Senator McCain, who has called before for the Egyptian leader to leave power immediately.
Friday, February 11, 2011
AlMasyray AlYoum: McCain slams Mubarak, calls to quit
We should trust the Egyptian people too, via AlMasyray AlYoum