Anger against Egypt’s President Morsi
A couple dozen protesters spoke out in anger at Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi on Dec. 8. Signs held by both adults and children portrayed him as a dictator. The protest was organized in response to the proposed decree that would grant Morsi more power in government. Protester Rania Nan claims that she would like him out of the office. “His laws and decrees will limit the rights of minorities and women.” One of the main speakers expressed his opinion on the United States’ role in Egypt. “We are standing against the American support against this new dictatorship in Egypt, as Hillary Clinton was in Egypt as she praised Morsi the dictator,” Ahmed Salah said. The voting period for a constitutional referendum ended Dec. 20.