In a report titled “Democracy Indicator,” an Egyptian rights center stated Egypt had one of the highest rates of protest, having witnessed 1,462 protests in the month of April.
This sets the month of April at a record number compared to 1,354 protests in March and 864 in February.
Economic and social justice demands were the predominant drivers of 62.4 percent of the demonstrations.
Some of the demands of Egyptian protestors included releasing detainees, criticism to the government's regime, as well as demonstrations to support Coptic religious beliefs.
According to a report issued by the International Development Center, Egypt has never seen such a high rate of protest before, not even at the peak of the revolution.
In March, Egypt had 1.8 protests every hour, 7.2 protests every four hours, 44 protests a day, amounting to approximately 306 protests a week.
Local News Agency: Middle East Bureau / VCS
Shooting Dateline: Archive (protests during April)
Shooting Location: Cairo, Egypt
Publishing Time: May 3, 2013
Video Size: 98.1 MB
- Various shots of the demonstration to support the Grand Imam of Al-Azhar
- Various shots of from the demonstration against the clashes happened north of Cairo between Muslim and Christians
- Various shots of the demonstration of the Muslim Brotherhood outside the High Court to demand purge of the judiciary
- Various shots of the demonstration of the Egyptian workers marking the Labour Day
- Various shots of April Six Youth Movement protest to demand the release of their detained colleagues
- Various shots of the protest of Ahrar movement outside the High Court downtown Cairo
- Various shots of the protest by the state Radio and Television Building against Egyptian Minister of Information