Egypt‘s Interior Ministry announced the dismissal of 669 high-ranking police officers on Wednesday in a bid to appease protesters – but it did nothing to disperse an ongoing sit-in in Tahrir square by citizens who see the junta as a continuation of the Hosni Mubarak regime which was overthrown in February: here.
Growing concerns in Egypt that women’s rights may be sidelined: here.
Egyptian Prime Minister Essam Sharaf has accepted the resignations of Foreign Minister Mohamed el-Orabi and Finance Minister Samir Radwan, state TV reported today: here.
Egypt Embraces Oil Monarchs, Dubiously: here.
Protesters vowed to remain in Cairo’s Tahrir Square today despite a government reshuffle which saw the appointment of 12 new members of the cabinet: here.
Protesters in Cairo’s Tahrir Square warned today that Egypt’s generals plan to enshrine the army’s unaccountable status in any future constitution: here.
Egypt’s new cabinet was sworn into office today but activists staging an ongoing sit-in in Cairo’s Tahrir Square said many ministers were still tainted by links to the Hosni Mubarak dictatorship that was overthrown in February: here.
Demonstration in Suez: video here.