Aswat Masriya (Cairo)

23 November 2012

Egypt: Protesters in Aswan Hurl Stones At FJP Headquarters

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

Hundreds of protesters from political and partisan powers gathered on Friday evening in front of the Freedom and Justice Party (FJP) headquarters in Aswan and hurled stones at it.

The protesters chanted slogans such as "Down with the rule of the guide (in reference to the brotherhood's General Guide) ... No to the new National Democratic Party".

Police forces withdrew from the area where the headquarters is located, Aswat Masriya correspondent reported.

Hundreds had gathered at al-Shohadaa Square to express their rejection for President Mohamed Mursi's latest decisions.

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