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Egyptians demand change

Wednesday, July 13, 2011 - 01:42

July 13- Thousands of Egyptians protest in Cairo to put pressure on Egypt's military and interim government to carry out reforms. Marie-Claire Fennessy reports

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Thousands of protesters returned to his square. This is the fifth day of protests which I can't seem to demonstrations held earlier this year. Activists are putting pressure on Egypt's military interim government to carry out reforms. Protesters are angry about foot dragging in trying former president -- product and officials charged with corruption and killing protesters. The country's army called on demonstrators not to harm this nation and repeated a pledge to hand power to civilians. One -- felt real change has yet to take place. I don't feel it's a revolution it's achieved results infinitely more in the waiting for the country and stuff correction while waiting for the country to the unit at a situation I don't see anything taking -- Several dozen people were on hunger strike. Taping in an open and then lost album and that we think that it's important for all the egyptians to express themselves peacefully and selections. And we hope the military counsel. And the armed forces. Which is still continuing the corruption and the bolts of the previous team responsible. Anything that happens to any of the protest and is square and for the violation of the rights of any of the hunger strike. Because they have refused to officially register this with the police or the general prosecutor. Protest -- have taken place in port city to Alexandria and -- He Egyptian uprising and didn't buy back their two year rule and -- protests across the Netherlands. Right kind of fantasy routier's.

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Egyptians demand change

Wednesday, July 13, 2011 - 01:42