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Aged 84 In power since "We had a clean revolution. The former president turned out to be a coward. He just ran away. There was corruption, torture, injustice, inequality and no freedom.
I feel the freedom. I smell the freedom. Let them come and burn the whole square, we will not leave. The Egyptians were on their way to be free. Equality, the rule of law - the country is ready for this. They dare to say and discuss this.
We will keep returning every week though until things begin to change and Algeria has democracy" Young protester at a rally "We have to keep the pressure on this government.
Egypt has witnessed the overthrow of two presidents since the start of the Arab Spring. Eighteen days of mass protests forced Hosni Mubarak to resign in Februaryafter three decades in power.
He was convicted of complicity in the deaths of people killed during the uprising, but the verdict was overturned on appeal. Public opposition to Mr Morsi began to build in Novemberwhen he issued a decree granting himself far-reaching powers, and were fuelled by the passage of what many considered an Islamist-leaning draft constitution.
Mr Morsi was deposed by the military in June after millions of protesters took to the streets and replaced by an interim government. Security forces then launched a crackdown on the Muslim Brotherhood, killing almost 1, people at two pro-Morsi sit-ins in Cairo.
In Decembera constituent assembly finished drafting a new constitution to replace the charter. Where are we now? Egypt is polarised between supporters of the interim government and the military on the one-hand, and supporters of the Muslim Brotherhood and those who fear the authorities have become too repressive on the other.
Some analysts say Egypt has returned to the kind of police state which the revolution aimed to remove. A referendum will be held on the redrafted constitution, followed by parliamentary and presidential elections in It is unclear whether the hugely popular armed forces chief Gen Sisi will stand.
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