CAIRO, Jan. 22 (Xinhua) -- National Salvation Front (NSF), Egypt's main opposition coalition, along with other 36 political movements have called for staging massive demonstrations in the second anniversary of January 25 uprising to protest at policies of President Mohamed Morsi and his Muslim brotherhood (MB) group.
As many as 36 political movements announced participation in the planned protests, calling for toppling the supreme guide of the Islamist MB group, from which Morsi is affiliated to, said a statement released on Monday.
The statement also focused on the MB polices to control legal and judiciary institutions in the country, noting that a referendum on Egypt's newly drafted constitution has reflected the citizens' dissatisfaction about approving the document.
The protests will be took place in all squares throughout the country, the statement said, stressing on the peaceful nature of the demonstration.
The NSF is led by leader of Al-Dostour Party Mohamed El-Baradei, former Arab League chief Amr Moussa.
Meantime, the ultra-conservative Salafist Al-Nour Party announced that it will not partake in the planned protests.
"The revolution would be completed by its people. Its objectives will be fulfilled," said Hamdeen Sabahy, a NSF leading member.
The front is not seeking to topple President Mohamed Morsi and his legitimacy as a president is still valid, Sabahy told Xinhua.
The Revolutionary Alliance said the main objectives of the uprising, which is good living, justice and freedom, have not realized yet, reiterating that MB is controlling all institutions of the country.
In a statement, the Revolutionary Alliance has called for a civil insurgency in all provinces starting on Tuesday.
The Egyptian National Movement Party supported by the ex- presidential candidate, Ahmed Shafiq, has announced participation in the protests, a move deemed by the Egyptian government as a factor that might lead the country to chaos.
For its part, the Muslim Brotherhood released on Sunday an official statement announcing plans to launch a "development campaign" on the occasion of the uprising's anniversary aiming at helping Egypt's sick and poor people.
The group would not allow any attempt to derail Egypt's post revolution democratic transition or incite violence in the uprising anniversary, the statement added.
In another statement, the Armed Forces said it would not participate in securing the demonstrations.
The police would only secure the entrances and exits of the squares and would not be involved in the protests, the statement stressed.