Military does not Act Against Egyptian Protestors

Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak hardly maintained power over protestors Saturday as he did not call for military action against the thousands of protestors reports The New York Times.
The riots and protests have been raging on for the last five days. On Saturday President Mubarak named Omar Suleiman his first vice president since he came to power said The Los Angeles Times.
Suleiman is Egypt's top intelligence chief. Mubarak also apointed a retired military general as the country's prime minister, filling the government with his military officials.

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