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Tension runs high in Egypt

Egypt’s military authorities and a large selection of pro-democracy protests are now openly confronting each other, unable to reconcile the differences five months after an uprising that brought down the former President, Hosni Mubarak. Mistrustful of the military as the agency to lead the transition to democracy, a wide segment of young protesters, drawing people from a variety of ideological streams, are unwilling to give up their agitation. Consequently, Cairo’s Tahrir Square, the icon of the pro-democracy movement, continues to draw protesters even after Mr. Mubarak’s exit on February 11.

The lack of progress on prosecuting Mr. Mubarak and his two sons, the detention of several protesters and their opaque trials in military courts, and the inability of the authorities to match up to the aspirations of the working class, have become interlocking factors that have been kept the protests alive. Over the weekend, the gloves were finally off. The military, represented by the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces (SCAF), accused the April 6 youth movement – a front line group which pioneered disciplined non-violent agitation against Mr.Mubarak – of poisoning people’s mind against the armed forces.

On last Saturday, scores were injured when protesters in their thousands marched on the Defence Ministry calling for reforms, accompanied by slogans against SCAF head Field Marshal Mohamed Hussein Tantawi. The military authorities have also trained their guns on the “Kifaya” or the “Enough” movement, which has been accused of foisting a foreign agenda. The Kifaya movement, which surfaced in 2004, was first to publicly denounce Mr. Mubarak for having dynastic aspirations, saying he was trying to elevate his own son Gamal to the presidency.

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U.S. debt limit battle rages on

The battle between U.S. President Barack Obama and the Republicans over the national debt reached a new level on Monday night when both claimed slices of prime-television to blame one another for looming crisis. Mr Obama, in a 15-minute address to the nation, finally took the option that his Democratic colleagues have long urged on him to identify as central to the problem the hardcore Republican members of the Congress backed by the Tea Party movement. He portrayed them as ideologues who ran counter to the long American political tradition of compromise.

With only a week left until the August 2 deadline that could see the U.S. default for the first time in its history, Mr. Obama expressed dismay over the stand-off in Washington. “It is a dangerous game we’ve never played before, and we can’t afford to play it now. Not when the jobs and livelihoods of so many families are at stake. We can’t allow the American people to become collateral damage to Washington’s political warfare,” said the President.

Mr. Obama accused the Republicans of using the raising of the debt ceiling, which he said was normally routine, as a lever to force the Democrats to agree to deep spending cuts that would hit the poorest in society while leaving the wealthiest unscathed. He rejected a Republican stop-gap deal, saying it would only mean the Republicans returning again next year to use the same tactics to seek more cutbacks.

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