Egyptian opposition to protest against 'rigged' referendum

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December 18, 2012 03:28

 
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Egypt's main opposition group, the National Salvation Front called on Monday for a mass demonstration in front of the presidential palace against the alleged rigging in the first round of voting for the constitutional referendum, Egyptian news site Al-Masry Al-Youm (Egyptian Independent) reported.

According to the Egyptian Independent, protesters gathered on Monday calling for Egyptian President Mohamed Morsy's resignation, while small scuffles broke out between protestors and security forces.

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