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    Posted December 9, 2012 by
    meskander
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    Cairo, Egypt
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    This iReport is part of an assignment:
    Protests in Egypt: Your experiences

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    CNN PRODUCER NOTE     meskander says even though Egyptian President Mohamed Morsy changed the declaration that granted him more executive power, the Egyptian people will still stand against him. '[People] don't believe his words... in his last announcement, as usual, he didn't add new ideas or solutions. So he appears stubborn, hiding an agenda and only following his Muslim Brotherhood group,' he said. He says people are still protesting in the streets of Cairo. '[They're] protesting against Morsy, and against the constitution which they believe does not represent all Egyptians,' he said.
    - Jareen, CNN iReport producer

    As expected, the president didn't come out with any new added value after negotiations with the 54 wise men, because in reality these people are not representing the oppositions, it’s so funny that Morsi set with his own people like “Slim el Awa” to convince the Egyptians people that he is opening dialogue !!
    The dialogue ended without any new idea, creative solution nor real alternatives… since it’s obvious that all fanatic parties agreed to go ahead with their project for Islamic Egypt
    Every day pass Morsi keep telling lies to support his brotherhoods goals, and that loss him ground.. and build up more accurate perception about him.
    I trust that will assist in Egypt struggling against ignorance and darkness

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