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Published on November 24th, 2011 | by Joe Hinds
Image © [caption id="" align="alignleft" width="240" caption="Tahrir Square Remains Peaceful For The Day Following The Truce Despite The News That The Elections Will Not Be Postponed © Scousemouse2000"][/caption] "There will be no postponement in the election" announced Major General Mamdouh Shaheen, one half of the ruling military council, when speaking at a televised news conference earlier today. The news comes amidst escalating unrest and continuing call from protesters for the current ruling military junta to step-down and postpone the elections - which are scheduled to begin on Monday. Shaheen stated that by resigning now the military rulers would be a "betrayal" of the peoples' trust since the military took power following the removal of former President Hosni Mubarak following months of popular protest and remains adamant that the protests in Tahrir do not represent the whole of Egypt. The comments come following five days of intense clashes in Tahrir Square which have left almost 40 dead and more than 2,000 injured. Police and protesters earlier agreed to a truce negotiated by Muslim clerics following the recent clashes with truce coming into force earlier this morning - and has remained successful so far throughout the day as thousands continue to fill the square to join in protest against the 'sham' elections. The elections, for now, seem destined to go ahead as planned.

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Egypt Rule That Elections Will Not Be Postponed – Despite Violence

Tahrir Square Remains Peaceful For The Day Following The Truce Despite The News That The Elections Will Not Be Postponed © Scousemouse2000

“There will be no postponement in the election” announced Major General Mamdouh Shaheen, one half of the ruling military council, when speaking at a televised news conference earlier today. The news comes amidst escalating unrest and continuing call from protesters for the current ruling military junta to step-down and postpone the elections – which are scheduled to begin on Monday.

Shaheen stated that by resigning now the military rulers would be a “betrayal” of the peoples’ trust since the military took power following the removal of former President Hosni Mubarak following months of popular protest and remains adamant that the protests in Tahrir do not represent the whole of Egypt. The comments come following five days of intense clashes in Tahrir Square which have left almost 40 dead and more than 2,000 injured.

Police and protesters earlier agreed to a truce negotiated by Muslim clerics following the recent clashes with truce coming into force earlier this morning – and has remained successful so far throughout the day as thousands continue to fill the square to join in protest against the ‘sham’ elections.

The elections, for now, seem destined to go ahead as planned.

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