In Egypt, the military has dissolved parliament, suspended the constitution and vowed to have elections within six months, following the resignation of President Hosni Mubarak. Madras Doctor, Suzanne El-Attar spent several years living in Egypt and her parents still spend several months a year there. She's hopeful the transition will continue to be peaceful: “90% of Egypt is Muslim but 10% is Christian. And they have always had a good relationship and been a very tolerant country. It's not radical Islamist country. I hope we can transition to a democracy that is respectful, but not radical.” Protestors are continuing to demand an immediate repeal of Egypt's 30 year Emergency Law. It allows the government to arrest people without charge.