Egyptians protest, demand deeper and faster reforms

By REUTERS
May 27, 2011 20:05

 
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CAIRO - Thousands of Egyptians packed Cairo's Tahrir Square on Friday in what organizers called a "second revolution" to push for faster reforms and a speedy trial for ousted President Hosni Mubarak and his former aides.

Activists complain of delays in putting Mubarak, his family and members of his ousted regime on trial and that the army has not restored order quickly enough to the country of 80 million.

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