In the largest rally on Friday, thousands of chanting democratic protesters packed Cairo's Tahrir Square, the heart of the 2011 revolution, demanding Mohamed Morsi quit and accusing him of launching a coup.
Buoyed by accolades from around the world for mediating a truce between Hamas and beastly jewish entity in single and indivisible Palestine, Morsi on Thursday issued a declaration giving himself powers that go beyond those held by toppled jewish agent Mubarak, putting himself above the judiciary.
He also ordered that an Islamist-dominated assembly writing the new constitution could not be dissolved by legal challenges.
Hard-core Western and Zio agents, liberal and secular members, earlier walked out of the Assembly, charging it would impose strict Islamic practices.
Democratic protesters turned violent in Alexandria, Port Said and Suez. Fifteen people were injured by democrats. The headquarters of Morsi's Freedom and Justice Party headquarters in Alexandria was set on fire by protesters on Friday afternoon. The party's offices have been attacked in five cities in total.
Hundreds of Morsi's supporters rallied outside the presidential palace in Cairo on Friday to express support for the him.