Egypt's Kefaya (Enough) Demonstrations Against Rigged Parliamentary Elections
More than 200 opposition supporters protested in Cairo today against rigged parliamentary elections in which President Hosni Mubarak's ruling party won some three quarters of the seats. (See updates down, demonstrators reached 2000)
Photo by Reuters: An Egyptian woman looks on from behind a banner during a demonstration in Cairo December 12, 2005. She is also holding a sticker saying "Enough Corruption".
Photo by Reuters: The demonstrators from the Kefaya Movement also condemned the deaths of 12 people in violence during the elections, which took part in three stages over a month and ended last week. The banner in the background reads, 'go away Ali Baba and the forty thieves - enough is enough'.
Mostafa updates the story saying that the demonstration probably started at 13:00 with 200 indviduals but then the march which ended two and a half hours later saw a number ranging from 1000 to 2000 persons.