12 July 2012

Egypt: April 6, Abu Ismail, Participate in Friday Demonstrations

The April 6 youth movement, headed by Ahmed Maher, announced that it will be participating in tomorrow's Tahrir demonstration and other squares to protest against the military council's constitutional amendments.

The movement insisted in a statement reported by the Middle East News Agency that it will participate in big numbers tomorrow in the million-man march through the organizations of a number of marches from key mosques to push for the annulment of the controversial constitutional amendments.

Prominent Salafi leader Hazem Salah Abu Ismail, has also called on people to participate in tomorrow's protest and enter a sit-in until the military council withdraws its constitutional amendments allowing President Mohamed Mursi to practice his full authorities.

Meanwhile, the Muslim Brotherhood decided to enter a sit-in in Tahrir against the constitutional court's ruling to dissolve parliament.

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