Protesters treated Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak’s latest concession as a good sign, though maybe not in the way Mubarak hoped. State TV announced Saturday the resignation of the top leadership body of Egypt’s ruling party, including Mubarak’s son, Gamal, in yet another attempt to show the regime is serious about reform. They’ll be replaced by younger political figures, including one party member who’d been sidelined for his criticism of administration policies. But protesters in Tahrir Square said anything short of Mubarak’s resignation is not enough. One activist said it would only "reinforce their resolve and increase their confidence because it shows that they are winning, and the regime is retreating inch by inch."