President of Egypt Hosni Mubarak has finally resigned on February 12, after 18 days of violent protests in Egypt. The Chaos ended after the Vice President Omar Suleiman announced on 11th February that Hosni Mubarak who had been ruling over the country for 30 years, found guilty for the political corruption, would be stepping down from his position and turning power over to the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces.
Hundreds of demonstrators that had gathered in a Cairo square to witness the speech were ecstatic to hear that Mubarak was leaving, and were chanting, "Leave! Leave!" even while the speech was going on. Ayman Nour, a rival of Hosni Mubarak for presidency in 2005, described it as the greatest day in Egypt's history. The amount of joy and happiness in the Egyptians were indescribable.
This is indeed good news for most of the Egyptians. Its time for Egypt to start all over again to a bright future.