Several hundred supporters of Egypt’s deposed President massed outside the Cabinet building on Wednesday in Cairo, expanding their protests denouncing the new government and demanding the reinstatement of Mohamed Morsy.

Organizers called for a march Wednesday to the government centre a day after interim President Adly Mansour swore in a new 34-member Cabinet.

The Cabinet includes prominent liberal and secular figures, as well as three women and three Christians. But there are no representatives of Mr. Morsy’s Muslim Brotherhood, nor of any other Islamist groups.

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