Hundreds of Egyptian activists marched to Tahrir square on Friday, June 6, against what they described as a military coup. The march was organized by the 6th of April youth movement. Chants were mainly against the military rulers and against allowing Mubarak’s last prime minister to run for president. Tension mounts following Thursday's rulings by the nation's top court that dissolved the elected Parliament and allowed the toppled government’s last prime minister to run for president. Legal experts announced that SCAF will assume parliament powers and right to elect constituent assembly. Many protesters see that the court has no authority to dissolve an elected parliament and that its rulings are affected by politics and called for the cleansing of the judiciary system since the top judges were appointed by Mubarak. Revolutionary youth see many signs of a military coup including military trials for civilians, assumption of legislative and executive powers, dissolution of parliament, acquittal of all police officers responsible for the killing the protesters and the latest decree issued by the ministry of justice allowing the military to arrest civilians for non-military crimes.
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