Saturday, July 9, 2011

Thousands of Egyptians took to the streets to demand reforms to be speeded up

Thousands of people participated Friday in the Muslim prayers Friday in Cairo Tahrir Square, before the protest called to ask the ruling military junta in Egypt to accelerate the reforms required in the last revolution. In a festive atmosphere, men, women and many families with children, armed with Egyptian flags and newspapers to keep out the blazing sun shines today in Cairo, went to the plaza, where organizers hope to collect one million people.

As in previous demonstrations and to avoid incidents, volunteer brigades citizens registered at the entrance to Tahrir, the epicenter of the revolution in February ended the regime of Hosni Mubarak.

The irritation against the military junta was evident today in the plaza, and many citizens believe that the move to democracy are still very slow. Some banners carried by protesters, who shouted slogans like "we are all one," containing messages such as "yes, prison members of the former regime" and "No to military trials."

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