Aswat Masriya (Cairo)

23 November 2012

Egypt: Political Powers Declare Tahrir Square Sit-in

Protesters gathered in Tahrir Square, some staging a sit-in. Security forces fired tear gas to disperse the crowds. People are angry about a decree ... ( Resource: Egyptian Protesters Take to Streets Against Mursi

The Popular Alliance declared on Friday an open-ended sit-in in Cairo's Tahrir Square in an agreement with all political and revolutionary powers until the new constitutional declaration is annulled.

In a statement Aswat Masriya obtained, the current called for a million-man protest in Tahrir next Tuesday "to regain freedom".

The Constitution Party, the Popular Alliance, the Revolutionary Socialists, April 6, the National Association for Change and others signed the statement.

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