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Muslim Brotherhood pro-Morsi demo to take place Saturday

Mass demonstrations planned for Saturday in support of President's constitutional declaration

Ahmed Eleiba, Wednesday 28 Nov 2012
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The Muslim Brotherhood and its political wing will be demonstrating across Egypt on Saturday in support of the president's Constitutional Declaration, the Freedom and Justice Party's (FJP) media consultant Ahmed El-Sobaei told Ahram Online on Wednesday.

The Brotherhod had earlier cancelled demonstrations planned for Tuesday fearing that clashes would erupt with rival protesters against the declaration.

On Tuesday, more than a hundred thousand people demonstrated in Tahrir Square protesting the decree.

The decree states that presidential decisions will enjoy temporary immunity from legal challenge. The decree also protects Egypt's Islamist-led Constituent Assembly, tasked with drafting a new constitution, and the Shura Council (the upper house of parliament) from dissolution by court order.

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Layla
29-11-2012 12:54am
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Innocent question for Democracy allegations
opposition leaders can you please tell us which chapter in Democracy says you have the right to protest and NOT others and you own Tahreer and no-one can come in
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