The government said that a strategy was detected to cause conflict through some websites managed by a group of agents and nasty people, what the western press referred to as the April 6 Movement, one of the promoters of last January events and of the current demonstration at Tahir Square.

The April 6 movement responded to the communique of the Junta, saying there was no such conspiracy, and that it remained proud of the heroic Egyptian army whose officers and sodiers refused to shoot at demonstrators during the revolution.

Six months after the defeat of President Hosni Mubarak, the so-called Egyptian transition is caught between an incipient democratization and the risk that an authoritarian system will last, said the western press.