1. It’s your serve SCAF: Prime Minister Essam El-Sharif has promised a cabinet reshuffle and is currently meeting with the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces to make it a reality. If the vague reform is not completed prior to July 17, El-Sharif has pledged to resign. In the interim, there are unconfirmed rumors (arabic) that the Interior Minister Mansour El-Essawi has resigned and is being replaced with his assistant Major General Moshen El-Fangary – who is currently a member of SCAF.
2. Dozens of police officers protest outside of the Interior Ministry demanding that Essam El-Sharif respect the judicial system instead of manipulating it to appease those gathered in Tahrir Square and other the squares of Egyptian cities.
3. A laid-off worker lights himself on fire (arabic) in front of the Suez Canal Headquarters
4. The rumors spread last night claiming that Mubarak suffered a heart attack Sunday morning are false.
5. In Tahrir Square, many are discussing whether or not the military or former NDP figures can be trusted to ensure the completion of this political and economic revolution. The answer: No.
6. Some of those who were in Tahrir in January/February have founded Tahrir – Egypt’s latest anti-establishment newspaper. It’s website, however, is still under construction.