Tahrir Square, Cairo, Egypt – Day 13

Tahrir Square, Cairo, Egypt - Mohamed ElBaradei

Mohamed ElBaradei, one possible leader.


From BBC Website

  • Egypt’s opposition groups say government proposals on how to end the political crisis are not enough after the nominally banned Muslim Brotherhood and other groups take part in landmark talks with the government
  • The government proposes a review body to amend the constitution, as street protests against President Hosni Mubarak’s rule enter their 13th day
  • Protesters are still occupying the central Tahrir Square in Cairo, and rallying in towns and cities across the country
  • Banks – closed for more than a week – reopened for a few hours on Sunday, as did the money markets

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