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There are three main causes of the situation developing in Arab countries.(1)Youthful Demography,(2)Insufficient Education and High Unemployment and (3)Embryonic Economies.Protests in Egypt began last week after a revolution in nearby Tunisia ousted President Zine El Abidine Ben Ali.Years of economic frustration with no democratic outlet have boiled over into mass demonstrations against the 30-year rule of Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak. Anti-government protestors in Egypt planned a “million man march” for February 1st to mark one week since the start of the upheaval.

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