Third Statement of EACPE's Central Operations Room on the 30th of june
1,500 protesters from Suez residents are involved in the demonstrations at the presidential palace and Tahrir Square
Defense Ministry demonstrators chanting against President "Morsi"
Port Said demonstrators "The people and the police and military are one hand against Morsi and the Muslim Brotherhood"
Women, officers, lawyers and prosecutors in Sharqia courts are involved in the demonstrations
3 Women's marches in "Al-Behira"
The closure of some government departments in Kafr El-Sheikh
Seniors participated in marches of Mustafa Mahmoud and Ittehadeya.
EACPE monitors all demonstrations on the 30th of June, 2013 in various Egyptian governorates, the following statement summarize the situation till 3.30 pm:
2:00 pm, about 1,000 demonstrators from the people of Suez reached Tahrir Square, and 500 demonstrators reached the presidential Palace, about 2,000 protesters to Al, Arb'in square, Suez Governorate, and participated in the demonstrations of June 30th.
At 2 pm, hundreds of people from Port Said gathered in Martyrs' Square "obelisk" calling on citizens to participate with them in the figures June 30, and on the other hand, the march in Mohamed Ali Street, demonstrators held a police officer over their shoulders and chanted "The people and the police and the army are one hand against Morsi and the Muslim Brotherhood, and the police officer shouted "people want to overthrow the Muslim Brotherhood"
Dozens of lawyers and prosecutors gathered in a protest in front of the primary Court of Zagazig to demand the overthrow of the regime and the departure of President Morsi. Police officers showed solidarity through chanting with the protesters and using police cars' horns to show support. Demonstrators carried the Egyptian flag, and chanted "leave, leave," and "The people want to overthrow the regime", and "wake up Morsi, it's your last day." It is worth mentioning that the number of demonstrators increased significantly and there is a clear presence of women in the protests.
In Hamoul, demonstrators shut down the city council using chains, and hung banners on the door of the Council demanding the departure of the regime, and chanted slogans against the Muslim Brotherhood, and demanded the president to step down. Local councils as well as governments buildings were closed and protesters chanted against the President and his party.
Launched at 2 pm, about 6 marches of civil powers in Damanhur heading to "al sa'aa" square, one marches Antfatt of the bar, and the other from the Social Club, and the third from the Service Center Abu Rish, 3 marches for women was launched from the city of Damanhur is on its way to the "al sa'aa" square.
Dozens of demonstrators began to assemble in front of Mustafa Mahmoud Mosque, Al-Mohandseen at 2 pm, in preparation for the commencing of the massive march, at 4 pm, to Tahrir Square in the June 30th events. And chanted slogans against president Morsi and the brotherhood and carried Egyptian flags and banners reading.
In Matareya, began dozens of demonstrators to assemble at two in the afternoon, and they were joined by a number of elderly people, willing to go out to Tahrir Square and presidential palace. Demonstrators chanted slogans "I am not an infidel I am not an atheist, down with the Regime". The protest Is scheduled to move the rally in the fourth afternoon.
It is expected that 4 marches will be launched to Tahrir Square this afternoon, one from Mustafa Mahmoud, one from the Sayeda Zeinab mosque, one from Al Istiqama mosque and one from the Ministry of Culture in Zamalek.
In the vicinity of the Ministry of Defense, increasing numbers of demonstrators, carrying the flags of Egypt and pictures of President Morsi marked with "X". The demonstrators carried a soldier of the armed forces and were chanting "The army and the people are one hand"