A march organised by the Al-Dostour Party demanded ‘bread, freedom, social justice, human dignity, and justice for the martyrs’, 6 April called for further civil disobedience
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Apart from one protest planned by Al Dostour Party, opposition groups are taking a break
Marches sweep Port Said, calls for an independent Port Said ‘state’
Members of 6 April Youth Movement marched from Abdeen court to the high court on Wednesday, calling for justice for Gaber Salah. Salah, also known as Jika, died in November as a result of injuries he sustained during clashes with police in Mohamed Mahmoud Street. Around two hundred marched and chanted calling for justice. They …
Protesters march to the Presidential Palace after prayers
Political and revolutionary groups plan to march to the presidential palace in Cairo to raise their demands
Opposition marches converge on upper house of parliament on two-year anniversary of ‘Friday of Rage’
Groups call for Muslim Brotherhood to disband and will hold a march on Monday which coincides with the second anniversary of the Friday of Rage
Ultras Ahlawy have been holding marches this week and distributing information nationwide to remind the public of the Port Said Massacre.
Today, 29 December, would have been Gaber Salah Gaber’s 17th birthday.
Groups aim to demonstrate support for President Mohamed Morsy and press for ‘yes’ in constitution referendum
Before President Mohamed Morsy had issued a new constitutional declaration to repeal his old one, columnists continued to analyse the “million-man” marches that were organised in front of the presidential palace. Other writers denounced Morsy’s authoritarian approach in curtailing the judiciary. A president for the whole group Amr Al-Shobaki Al-Masry Al-Youm newspaper President Morsy’s …
President Mohamed Morsy left the palace ahead of clashes between his supporters and opponents. The rival camps clashed on side streets near the palace in the upscale Cairo neighbourhood of Heliopolis.
Pro and anti-government demonstrators face off in Heliopolis
FJP, MB and other groups hold rally to support Morsy, ignore opposition groups
A breakdown of the political groups involved in protests and marches on 4 December, where they will go and the nature of their demonstrations.
Political groups to protest against proposed constitution Tuesday
National Rescue Front considers marching to presidential palace
Thousands fill Tahrir square opposing Morsy’s constitutional declaration
Cairo rally, the only one postponed
Students from various Egyptian universities march towards the Arab League
Republic Day is a national holiday in Turkey but it has in recent years become a platform for opposition groups worried that the current regime is expunging the country’s secular tradition
Progressive parties hail success, FJP paper claims underwhelming showing
Secular and progressive groups have accused the Muslim Brotherhood and its Freedom and Justice Party of hijacking their Tahrir Square protest on Friday.
March will demand reformation of Constituent Assembly
March follows route taken by protesters a year ago, calls for justice and freedom
Demanding social justice, a rally of hundreds of university workers gathered outside the Cairo University dome
Saturday march from Tala’at Harb Square focus on five demands
100 protesters march with $100 bills taped to their mouths, demanding money doesn’t interfere with politics
As the day of planned protests approaches, different political figures outline their views of the event