- Posted June 3, 2012 by
This iReport is part of an assignment:
Turbulence, violence in the Middle East
Protests continue for second day in Tahrir square
- kfbrinkley, CNN iReport producer
Thousands protested for the second day in Egypt's Tahrir square. Protesters called for a second revolution that will achieve their demands. Protesters aren't happy with Mubarak's verdict, they also called for the suspension of the presidential elections run-off, implementation of the political isolation law on the ex-regime presidential candidate, formation of a civil presidential council, cleansing the judiciary system and the removal of the public prosecutor. Chants were mainly against Ahmed Shafik, the ex-regime presidential candidate, whom they consider responsible for the killing of protesters in the camel battle, smuggling money out of the country and for destroying evidence of crimes committed by Mubarak's regime, all that beside allegations of corruption. Also there were chants calling for freedom, justice, re-trial of Mubarak and end of military rule. Spirits were high and chants were strong.