Egypt’s Army To Allow Smooth Power Transition, To Respect Regional Agreements
The Higher Council of the Armed Forces in Egypt, currently in power after the resignation of Hosni Mubarak, vowed to ensure a smooth transition of power towards what it called “civil authority that would build a free and democratic country”, and also vowed to respect regional agreements, referring to the Egyptian-Israeli peace treaties.
In its fourth statement, Council army said that it is looking forwards to a peaceful transition of power, and assured the Egyptians that it does not want to maintain control and rule the country.
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