Scenes from Egypt's Parliament: Two Nights of Sitting In

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On Tuesday, February 8, protesters in Cairo began sleeping in front of the parliament building a short walk from Tahrir Square, the center of the protests. Their protest, like its twin in Tahrir, quickly exploded into a semi-permanent encampment, complete with graffiti. At the end of the video, one of the parliament protesters bears a street sign that used to say "Maglis el-Shaab" or "People's Assembly" street - now it just says "People's Street."

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