15 February 2013

Egypt: Scores Protest Against Mursi in Suez

Scores of demonstrators on Friday protested in Suez to demand trying those responsible for killing protesters, sacking the city's governor, and completing the objectives of the January 25 revolution.

The demonstrators gathered at al-Arba'een Square and chanted slogans against President Mohamed Mursi and the Ministry of Interior which they accused of killing protesters.

The Muslim Brotherhood "follows the stubbornness policy that was used under Mubarak", Talaat Amin Khalil, secretary general of the Revolution's Tomorrow in Suez, has said.

Khalil called for changing the current cabinet led by Prime Minister Hisham Kandil, adding that there is a complete, fast deterioration in all services and an insane hike in prices.

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