Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak to step down, placing control of the country in the hands of the military. Their trip down the road to Democracy has begun.
But while Mubarak's ouster took a little over two weeks, achieving a viable Democracy will take much longer. The military must listen to the people and give up control willingly when the time comes. Legitimate political parties must be formed. A new constitution must be created. In no uncertain terms, Egypt must carefully craft this democracy amidst a turbulent climate in the Middle East.
We wish Egypt luck and watch with hopeful eyes.