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April 6 Youth Movement and Al-Wasat Party to participate in 'End of Emergency Law" Friday

Several political groups have called for protests in Tahrir Square this Friday, to demand an end to the emergency law and a clear timeline for the transitional period

Ahram Online , Monday 26 Sep 2011
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The 6 April Youth Movement and Al-Wasat party announced that they will participate in the "End of Emergency Law" million-man protest that will be held next Friday in Tahrir Square. 

The 6 April Youth Movement has cited the following demands: ending the emergency law by a referendum, a timeline for the transitional period with clear dates for elections, fulfilling the demands of workers, teachers and doctors, and the cancelling of the anti-strike law. 

Al-Wasat Party also announced its demands: to reject the emergency law and to demand a timeline for the transitional period. 

 

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