I don't see why everyone must get in other countries' business.
The reason politicians are invested is because Egypt is an important business partner in the arabic world with much influence and Mubarak has been eating out of the US' hand for many many years. (Egypt's relation to the US
Political forces are very interested in keeping him in charge of the country because they know they have an ally in him. If there is a democratically elected leader nobody knows with whom they will side.So it's better to keep a dictator in charge than to free the people. There is of course also the fear of the consequences. When Tunesia fell many people estimated that it was a sign, but a sign for the distant future. The beginning of the ending of an era. It was said that the population of the bigger countries would be too scared of their autocratic leaders. If Egypt falls, the population of the other countries will try to rise too and the effect will be plentiful. If you've built up relations for 30 years, you will try to keep the person that you have relations with in important positions. By interfering and trying to keep Mubarak in place they are just trying to preserve their own best interests.
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