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Cairo, Egypt - After eight days of protests and agitation on Wednesday; suddenly pro-Mubarak forces are beginning to support the embattled and his system, which clearly shows that there are many in Egypt who are deeply invested in the current system - and will fight to preserve it.
The President’s supporters dashed to the Tahrir Square pre-occupied by protestors on Wednesday, depicting while protesters call Mubarak's 30-year regime a disaster, a cross-section of Egyptians has much to lose when Mubarak leaves the government.
The country may be rich with ground-breaking commitment, but Wednesday's events established that the guardians of the existing system still exercise great blow.
Businessmen with prosperous government contracts, civil servants, security officers, ruling-party activists and poor Egyptians who fear the insecurity and flux that has fell down on their country in few days - all have a stake in ensuring that whoever comes after Mubarak changes as little as possible.