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    Posted December 6, 2012 by
    Cairo, Egypt
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    Protests in Egypt: Your experiences

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    Too Late


    CNN PRODUCER NOTE     meskander photographed the empty streets surrounding the presidential palace in Cairo, Egypt, on December 6. He says two days earlier the streets were filled with demonstrators protesting against President Morsy's constitutional declaration that granted him more executive power. He says overall many Egyptians feel like President Morsy is not listening to the people. 'They feel that he has a hidden agenda, and they are fed up with him and the Muslim Brotherhood,' he said. Personally, he feels President Morsy does not care about the Egyptian people. 'He is looking for power and has long term goals,' he said. 'But it's too late because he is not aware of how [quickly] the people and streets act. He will try to solve the situation, but after it's too late. He's starting to lose power already.'
    - Jareen, CNN iReport producer

    Too late, Morsy will talk to Egyptians soon.. But whatever the message he is telling.. it’s too late. Actually Egyptians believe that his speech will not add any value.. They got the experience and learned that Morsi is not suitable to lead the country


    These photos taken around the president palace Thursday morning while army and police re organized and spread.. but too late

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