The Attitude of Ismael Sidki Cabinet from the Student Movement in 1946

Abstract

Following World War II, the student activities were resumed after removing the martial law in Egypt asking the e3vacuaiton and achieving the unity of the Nile valley countries (Egypt and Sudan). During that period, Sidki Pasha began to appear on the theatre of events anew. To sooth the situation and to absorb the anger of Egyptian people, Sidki Pasha began to approach students and workers. He tried to release the detained students. He congratulated them for their national feelings and pledges to defend the country. The period required the foundation of student's committees as the students of Egypt were able to participate in the general political events led by the frame of the "national and worker committee" which is regarded one of the main leadership that expressed the political will of the middle class, The events of February 1946 proved to be a turning point in the turning point in the trends of the national movement. For the first time it determine the national struggle for political independent that did not and found new national movement. The new leadership should represent the students. In 1946, Sidki pasha arrived at a new agreement with Britain. He faced many internal problems specially the problem of reclaiming peace and controlling the situation in order to find negotiators. That led to pursue of students, workers and intellectuals who asked for the evacuation of the British forces.It is clear to us from the above that the students and their executes had an impact on the national movement of the confrontation for the project of Sidki-Begen and to deem it failure.