Indeed, the goals of the revolution that nearly 17 million Egyptians expressed across the squares of Egypt are completely different from what the vast majority of the elite are proposing.
The Egyptian Communist Party
The Egyptian Communist Party, which is participating along with the whole of the Egyptian people as well as with the political forces and youth and popular groups in the “Friday of Putting the Revolution Back on Track” on September 9th, affirms that the revolution is faced with dangers that threaten to throw it off track because of the slowness and laxity of the government and military council in carrying out the revolution’s demands.
Oh great people of Egypt, real change doesn’t come except with the struggle of workers, peasants, and the entirety of the noble proletarians. They are the owners of the common interest in social, political, and cultural change in favor of the majority of the people and all of the oppressed in society.
The main slogan of the revolution, “bread, freedom, and social justice,” has not yet been realized. Therefore, “the Egyptian Socialist Party” demands the implementation of the following steps, immediately and without delay.
It is clear that the old regime still exists in every apparatus and institution, and that the same policy still exists, that of a free economy based on foreign investment and stock market speculation. It is clear that there will not be any change in anything: prices are increasing, unemployment is increasing, thugs are increasing. What is there to do? What is the way forward? The announcement of the revolutionary government from the square meets the aspirations of the people with the following decisions:
The Egyptian Communist Party: The Revolution First- Friday of Purification, Retribution, and Social Justice
Despite the passage of five months since the success of the 25 January revolution in toppling the head of the deposed regime, the primary goal of the revolution—that is, the overthrow of all of the organs, institutions, and symbols of the regime—has, until now, not been realized. The old regime still remains, and the conspiratorial scheme to abort the revolution still surrounds it on all sides. The forces hostile to the revolution from outside, at their head the United States of America, Israel, Saudi Arabia, and their allies, lie in