The revolution is not over in Egypt. Turns out, the Army likes their new authority enough to deny the Egyptian people many of the key reforms promised upon the resignation of Hosni Mubarak. Today the Army threatened to fire any soldiers who joined the protest, and attempted to clear Tahrir square by firing live rounds into the crowd.
The April 6 Youth Movement has been an outspoken opponent of the constitutional amendments passed recently by vote. Although certifying the vote as legitimate, they feel the constitutional amendments do not provide enough freedom to politically organize, and leave too much power in the hands of the execute council, setting the stage for another dictatorship to set root.
More extreme demands of the movement include the prosecution of Hosni Mubarak, and the dissolution of his political party, the NDP, even trying to deny its members voting rights for 5 years. This makes more reasonable demands... like the release of political prisoners who are being tortured now as you read, more difficult to achieve.
Will the April 6 Youth Movement carry enough momentum to bring the revolution through to its conclusion and create a free democratic society? Or will the will of the Egyptian people fragment and dissolve, and settle for half measures? In this video, when protesters are shot at, and many are running, it takes only two minutes for a core group to rally and gather in the center of the square, and sit peacefully while fired upon. I do not think the will of the people will be shaken.