Egypt begins its day of protest against the Government
Hundreds of Egyptian demonstrators calling for economic and political reforms broke through police barriers on Tuesday and began marching in Cairo's streets, in a protest inspired by Tunisia's uprising. Cairo, Egypt. 25/01/2011
Protesters gathered outside the Supreme Court in downtown Cairo and held large signs that read "Tunisia is the solution" amid massive police deployment.
Some groupsin Cairo want to raise the minimum wage limit to LE 1200 and to get unemployment aid.
Also to cancel the emergency status in the country, to dismiss Habib El-Adly and to release all detainees without court orders. The people also want to disband the current parliament, and to have a new free election and to amend the constitution in order to have two presidential limits only.