If the reforms happen, the crowds will dissolve and things will go back to normal life.Gezira club member
Club members mostly supported the protests of the last few days – but they think it is now time to go back to work.
One club member told Channel 4 News that the crowds in the square did not represent all Egyptians. “Most of them are coming from different backgrounds and different political agendas,” he said.
They agreed that it was the system they wanted to change, not President Mubarak himself.
“If the reforms are happening at the pace the government mentioned before, those crowds will dissolve and things will go back to normal life,” one man predicted. If not, he said, the demonstrations will resume.
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