Students at al-Azhar protest Sisi inauguration
Students at al-Azhar frequently protest the current government and voice their displeasure with the overthrow of Morsi. (AFP/File)
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Pro-Muslim Brotherhood students at Al-Azhar University in Nasr City, Cairo, protested Sunday against the inauguration Abdel Fattah al-Sisi as new president of Egypt.
The students held yellow balloons that read anti-police and anti-military slogans.
Sisi was sworn in before the Supreme Constitutional Court on Sunday morning before he headed to the Ettihadeya Presidential Palace for an inauguration ceremony.
The Presidential Elections Commission announced last week that Sisi had garnered 96.7 of eligible votes in the 2014 presidential elections.