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BREAKING: Egypt's anti-Morsi petition drive says gathered 22 million signatures

Founder of Egypt's Tamarod 'Rebel' anti-Morsi signature drive says campaign surpassed target signatures, ahead of largely anticipated anti-government rallies on Sunday

Ahram Online, Saturday 29 Jun 2013
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Founder of Egypt's 'Rebel' signature drive to force President Mohamed Morsi out of power Mahmoud Badr announced Saturday that the campaign had collected over 22,000,000 signatures, surpassing its original goal of 15,000,000 before 30 June.

Badr announced the final outcome of the campaign at a news conference Saturday at the Journalists Syndicate in downtown Cairo.

'Rebel' is one of the main organisers of the widely-anticipated anti-government demonstrations slated for Sunday to demand Morsi's resignation and snap elections.

More details on the news conference to follow…

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29-06-2013 02:46pm
rebel jokers
22 million divided by 10 equal to 2.2 million simply because the same person signed 10 times (or even more) feloul!!!
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