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Calls for mass protests to re-claim the streets of Egypt abound since President Mohamed Morsi assigned himself vast new powers and “appointed himself Egypt's new pharaoh” according to ElBaradei, one of Morsi's main opponents.
Thousands fill Tahrir on Friday to protest Morsi's new 'dictatorial powers'
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Egyptian police fire teargas at anti-Morsi protesters in Cairo
RT.comDecember 4, 2012
Egyptian riot police have fired teargas at protesters demonstrating against President Mohamed Morsi near the presidential palace in Cairo. Ten people have been injured in clashes, Al Arabiya reports.
Protesters have broken through police lines in front of the presidential palace.
Presidential sources say Morsi has left the palace as clashes continue outside.
Thousands of demonstrators marched to the palace in protest of Morsi’s decree which grants him near absolute powers, and a draft constitution which was quickly adopted by his allies.
The march came as no surprise – earlier on Tuesday, demonstrators warned they would approach the palace if action was not taken.
“This is the last warning before we lay siege on the presidential palace,” 21-year-old protester Mahmoud Hashim told AP. “We want the presidential decrees cancelled.”
A crowd of several hundred protesters also gathered outside a mosque in the Abbasiyah district earlier in the day shouting, “Freedom or we die! Mohammed Morsi! Illegitimate! Brotherhood! Illegitimate!”
Demonstrators assembled in front of Morsi’s residence shouting, “Down with the sons of dogs. We are the power and we are the people!”
Morsi has called for a nationwide referendum on the draft constitution on December 15.
Egyptian President Morsi leaves presidential palace as protests turn violent
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Crowds are marching through the Egyptian capital Cairo for rival rallies as emotions run high ahead of a referendum planned for Saturday. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-middle-east-20671270
President Mohamed Morsi decision to give the army new policing powers has raised new concerns about Egypt’s future, raked up painful memories of the past.
In protests around the Presidential Palace on Friday, we saw tanks and armoured vehicles belonging to the Presidential Guard parked in the streets.
Protesters were climbing on them and taking pictures. A few fearless parents even let their children climb on them, posing with the soldiers.
The scenes were eerily reminiscent of the days after the “25 January Revolution”, when many welcomed t
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