The euphoria from the spontaneously organized through Face book in Egypt so called revolution is slowly passing away. The necessity of solving the problems aggravated during the years and impossible to further postpone is setting in. The analysis of the events during and after the revolution indicates that the pouring of the demonstrators into the streets of the big Egyptian cities and their concentrating in Tahrir Square in the capital Cairo were an inevitable and logic outcome of the accumulated discontent. The crowd saw the solution in the resignation of Hosni Mubarak, who had perceived himself as a President for life, and exulted by its courage to revolt against the untouchable and hated regime.
Full text of the analysis is available at our blog in www.risksolution.org.