A military funeral will be held on Tuesday at noon for 16 Egyptian border guards killed in a militant attack on a post in Rafah city on Sunday night.
President Mohamed Mursi and Field Marshal Hussein Tantawi will be in the lead of the mourners in the funeral, Ahram newspaper reported.
Several political powers including the popular current led by former presidential candidate Hamdeen Sabahi called for organising a popular funeral at Aal Rashdan mosque to demand justice for the martyrs and swift punishment of those responsible.
According to Ahram newspaper, activists in several movements, including Kefaya and Youth for Freedom and Justice, will organise on Tuesday evening a march to call for terminating the Camp David treaty "which disarmed Sinai and left it without protection" as mentioned in an online statement.
The march will also demand dismissing Minister of Defence Field Marshal Hussein Tantawi and members of the military council and trying them in addition to annulling the decision to close Rafah crossing indefinitely.