Date: Wednesday, 28-November-2012, 0:48 AM | Message # 1
Police used teargas against protesters in Cairo's Tahrir Square on Tuesday. Activists have been camping out since President Morsi's controversial move to gain more power and vow only to stop once Morsi reverses the decree
Egypt is bracing itself for a new round of turmoil. President Morsi sparked outrage last week when he issued a decree placing his decisions above any kind of oversight, including that of the courts. Opponents accuse the leader of a blatant power grab and pledge to continue with the demonstrations until he reverses his decision.
Geopolitical analyst Eric Draitser believes the current unrest shows the revolution has changed little in the coutnry.