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Thousand of protesters fill Tahrir Square against interference in Egypt’s transition to democracy | Ahram Online

Tahrir is filling up in the thousands with banners objecting to various actions taken by Egypt’s ruling military and high courts that revolutionary and Islamist forces say are interfering in the transition to civilian rule

Thousands of protesters are filling Tahrir Square on Friday morning in response to a call by Islamist groups and various revolutionary movements.

Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood, Salafists, along with various revolutionary groups called for protests against the addendum to the Constitutional Declaration issued by Egypt’s ruling Supreme Council of Armed Forces (SCAF). They also object to what they see as the interference of the SCAF in the transition to democracy.

For more on this story, visit: Thousand of protesters fill Tahrir Square against interference in Egypt’s transition to democracy – Politics – Egypt – Ahram Online.

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