From presidential council to revolutionary trials: What does Tahrir want this time?


The latest outpouring of national protest has coalesced around key demands, embraced by many but not all as presidential run-off elections near.



After verdicts were announced in the Mubarak trial, and following shocking results from the first round of Egypt’s presidential elections, hundreds of thousands flocked to Tahrir Square and other squares across the country in angry marches and protests against SCAF (the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces), Ahmed Shafiq, presidential contender from the old regime, and the public prosecution and judicial system.


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