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Morsi addresses the nation from Tahrir square as the first ever civilian president of Egypt

Ahram Online, Friday 29 Jun 2012
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President-elect Mohamed Morsi arrives to Tahrir square, to address hundred of thousands charged with classic patriotic songs and waving the Egyptian flags.

Presidential guards have secured the main podium where Morsi is giving his speech.

The crowd has met the news the president-elect's arrival with wild cheers chanting "Wake up all , Morsi is the president."

The podium is playing the Egyptian national anthem.

The crowd is roaring: "Say it loud! Morsi is the president of the Republic."

Morsi is set to address the massive crowd in Tahrir cheering "God is Great!"

Morsi leads the chants: Revolutionaries, Free, We will continue the struggle!

Great people of Egypt in the square of the revolution, in all the villages, towns and homes of Egypt

Free world, Free Arabs, Free Muslims..

Brothers and sisters..

Muslims of Egypt, Christians of Egypt..

Egyptians at home, Egyptian abroad..

The spirits of the martyrs are flying around us in all the squares where martyrs fell..

I apologise for forgetting to thank some sectors in our society in my speech last Sunday after the

I salute the governorates of Damietta, Cairo and Buheira..

I salute all those who work in arts, culture, media..

I stand here in the square of freedom and tourism!

I address the workers in the sector of tourism..

I salute all the revolutionaries in all the squares of Egypt

i love all of you..

I salute all those who live with a disability!!


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