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Protestors vent their anger in Cairo's Tahrir Square

Protestors vent their anger in Cairo's Tahrir Square

Updated 29 November 2012, 10:35 AEST

In Egypt tens of thousands of protesters have packed Cairo's Tahrir Square to vent their anger at President Mohammed Morsi in one of the biggest gatherings since the dictator Hosni Mubarak was forced from office.

President Morsi met earlier this week with a delegation of judges and promised his new sweeping self-determined powers would be limited, but that hasn't quelled concerns on the streets of Cairo.

 
Tracee Hutchison spoke to Dr Bob Bowker, a former Australian Ambassador to Egypt  now Adjunct Professor at the Centre for Arab and Islamic Studies at Australian National University.
 
He says a range of dissenting voices are driving the latest protests:
 
Presenter: Tracee Hutchison
 
Speaker: Dr Bob Bowker, Adjunct Professor at the Centre for Arab and Islamic Studies at Australian National University.

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