Calm prevailed in Tahrir Square Tuesday morning ahead of a million-man protest to be staged today by several political and revolutionary powers to assert that the revolution continues and to call for realizing all its targets.
The protesters will call for canceling the new constitutional declaration issued by President Mohamed Morsi on Thursday and the reformation of the constitution's Constituent Assembly.
Peaceful marches will be staged during the day to be launched from al-Sayeda Zeinab Mosque in Cairo, al-Fateh Mosque in Ramsis Square, Mostafa Mahmoud Mosque in Mohandessin in Giza and from Dawaran Shubra district and will all head for Tahrir Square.
Meantime, protesters are still sitting in Tahrir for the fourth day running until their demands are met. More tents are being set up in the central part of the square and it is now almost full.
All roads leading to the square have been blocked and the traffic has been shifted to other streets.
Groups of protesters are gathering garbage and litter while vendors are back to the area to sell their commodities to the protesters throughout the day.