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    Clashes, After two days of releasing "demonstrations law" in a Protest against it and against "Military Trials for Civilians"


    CNN PRODUCER NOTE     iReporter NormanHalim captured these dramatic images of demonstrations in Cairo's Talaat Harb Square against Egypt's controversial new protest laws. The protests, which began outside the city's Shura Council, were broken up by police, activists said in some cases violently, although Egypt's Interior Ministry said the demonstrators had gathered in violation of the law and that demonstrators "threw rocks and bricks at the police." The new protest law requires organizers to seek permission from authorities before gathering in any place to protest. CNN cannot independently confirm all the information in this report.
    - sarahbrowngb, CNN iReport producer

    Many of the of the human rights movements and political parties organized a demonstration in front of the Shura Council to condemn the article of the military trials for civilians in the Constitution, as well as protesting against the law of demonstration right issued by interim president Adli Mansour.

    Minutes later, after the beginning of the demonstration, police force started to break it up by using water, arresting the demonstrators, using violence against them and harrassing the demonstrators of both sexes.

    As decided by some other demonstrators, the demonstration was moved to Talaat Harb Square after dispersing them, when the protesters began to assemble themselves back in Talaat Harb square and cheered against the repressive power and excessive violence used by police forces against them and also against the arresting of nearly 70 people from the demonstrators, the police forces began to fire tear gas and rubber bullets to disperse the demonstrators once again, some demonstrators tried to overcome the tear gases by firing some car tires.

    On the other side, some girls of the arrested demonstrators were released where the police left them near the desert road east ( eastern Upper Egypt ) and now they are continuing the investigation with others.

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