The youth of Egypt started indefinite protest
Union of Revolutionary Youth of Egypt has announced indefinite protest. The revolutionaries have claimed that remain at Tahrir Square in Cairo until the old regime completely falls and the military give up power.
Protesters demand from the military to immediately hand over power in the country to civilian rule.
On the eve, Egypt celebrated the anniversary of the popular uprising and overthrow the regime of Hosni Mubarak. This date was declared a national holiday in the country and a day off, Finam-FM reported.
This day thousands of people from different provinces of the country came to the capital to mark the momentous event at the square, which became a symbol of revolution in the country, the Egyptian newspaper "Al Ahram" wrote. The entire center of Cairo is decorated with posters with congratulations, as well as new slogans and appeals.
At Tahrir Square, there were reported only small number of clashes between groups of young people, but the volunteers, providing security for the area, quickly managed to restore order. Earlier, the Interior Ministry announced that police won't participate in the protection of the rule of law. Numerous "people's militia" of the volunteer movement "Muslim Brotherhood" and the group of "revolutionary youth" provide security at the holiday.