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This morning there are -- major developments to tell you about in -- New protests breaking out after Egyptian president Mohamed Morsi.
Announced far reaching powers placing himself above.
Any government or law that has sparked the violent clashes that you see here on the streets and dozens of protests.
But the country's Justice Minister now say that there is some sort of resolution on all of this imminent.
Steve Harrigan joins us now streaming live in Cairo with the latest -- Steve.
Do you think that we could see some kind of compromise today on next.
Martha we are certainly hearing sounds from the presidential team about a push to reach out to the opposition and push forward.
A possible compromise what we're likely to see in the next ninety minutes years in -- -- between Egypt for president and some top judges here.
-- so -- Cairo force judges across the country have gone on strike they say the president has tried to put himself above the law.
So we could see some scaling back -- a presidential team it's really been surprised by the angry reaction.
-- this move by president or C -- why such a key moment for the future.
-- -- so what happens if they fail to reach any kind of compromise here.
For the past four days we've already seen violence in the streets not only here in Cairo but in other Egyptian cities as well.
More than 500 people wounded one per person killed if there is no compromise today -- we could see million man march is on both sides of the issue.
Tomorrow in Cairo Cairo when you have a million people on one side a million -- the other angry at each other the chance for violence extremely high Cairo without compromise today north.
And -- and the rumblings of that are being felt in so many places across the Middle East right -- Steve thank you very much.
Steve Harrigan so the question.
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