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New protests in Egypt2012-11-28 12:30
New protest actions are being held in Egypt. Hundreds of people were injured during the clashes between supporters and opponents of Egyptian President Mohammed Mursi. This confrontation is the largest mass action since the "Arab Spring", the Pravda.ru reported.gt-en-newsitem-inside
The most difficult situation is in El-Mahalla el-Kubra, 80 kilometers from Cairo. Clashes took place throughout the Tuesday; and in the evening the protesters started using stones, bits, weapons and "Molotov cocktails". About 330 people were wounded during the clashes, 117 people have got gunshot wounds.
The clashes also took place in Cairo. Now the order at the Tahrir Square is being maintained by the militia from the protesters. They call on their supporters to act tough. To date, two people reported dead.
As recalled by the KP.ru, not only the people, but even the presidential advisers disagree with Mursi's decisions. One by one, they have left the presidential administration and are not going to come back. The first made was president's aide for democratic reforms, Christian leader Samir Marcus, and the publicist Sakina Fouad followed him.
Later the court and prosecutor's office employees of the country suspended their work and took to the streets to protest against the decision of the head of state.