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Is mounting on Egypt's president in an enormous way and this is about to get extremely serious he faces not one but two deadlines and that country's political crisis.
Look it tough for your square listen.
Sixteen past nine at night there were an enormous crowd of protesters has gathered again today.
They've told us that it won't -- another millions.
Of people literally millions.
Have been gathering in cities across the country as many as a million right here in Cairo itself.
Crowds bigger than when they were getting -- see -- in the first place they said that if the president Mohamed -- doesn't step down tonight.
The military will step up its campaign against them and even march on the Presidential Palace.
Remember demonstrators have already attacked the headquarters of -- -- political organization the Muslim Brotherhood in there that is that was Sunday.
When millions of people to the streets of Cairo and other cities across the country calling for these Islamist leader to resign.
Deadline number two for this president is from the military as I mentioned it had it declared yesterday.
That if -- he does not strike a deal with the protesters by tomorrow the military will intervene now this would not be unprecedented.
The military -- posted on its FaceBook page that it does not intend big coup.
-- you wonder what it does plan to do.
President -- he's shown no signs that he will -- security either deadline none at all.
But he also faces internal pressure as several high ranking government officials have quit in recent days.
It is complicated and Conner Powell is on it live from Cairo -- what is the army planning.
To do if all sides can't reach an agreement.
-- separate the military here in Egypt says they are meteors that -- just want to find -- see it very -- they have been celebrating partied all day all night with fireworks and laser shows because they believe the military -- -- eight in the side of the protesters.
Against Mohamed Morsi -- ahead of the Egyptian military net today which.
President Morrissey and is apparently floating a plan that would essentially scrap the constitution.
That would dissolve parliament it would hold.
New elections in the coming months this would severely.
Hurt the Muslim Brotherhood which of course -- controls both the presidency.
-- -- -- -- -- The military though says they wanted to just find a way to end this crisis the Muslim Brotherhood thinks this today political and military coup.
This crowds on the streets it's -- rare to see this is a good thing where this will lead in the next 24 hours -- severed is still very unclear.
It ends as speaking hypothetically if that -- the military does step in.
How does that help in the political turmoil.
Was -- in the mood today the -- -- rallies really -- change the date they weren't as much about supporting Morrissey president -- they're much more about defending.
Islam it seems to be at cast this battle right now between the pro Morsi groups as a battle between.
Four in Islam -- against Islam.
Making this even more polarized an atmosphere than it already is there's -- -- hush talks about.
Less civil war here at this isn't able.
Local solutions to this crisis it is very tense right now despite the fireworks in the celebration it's Everest where there's a lot of concern about what happens next now.
The opposition groups here in Egypt aren't really that well organized so even if they do hold.
New elections in the coming months it's not to say that the Muslim Brotherhood would -- windows again because the opposition is fractured.
But right now they are controlling the atmosphere interior square and they are calling on president -- to leave but he's showing no signs -- Probably -- office any time soon.
-- -- watching over things and -- your square for us and get back to him as news develops.
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