Virtually all of Egypt's post-revolutionary political parties are planning major demonstrations in Cairo and other cities today in what amounts to a test of wills with the ruling military council over the direction of the country. At issue is a document from the generals aimed at guiding the drafting of a new constitution. Critics call it an attempt to enshrine military rule. Renee Montagne gets the latest news from NPR's Soraya Sarhaddi Nelson.
Latest Egypt Protest Attracts Islamists, Secular Activists
By editor • Nov 18, 2011