Cairo (Agencies): Egyptian military police has finally succeeded in getting Al-Tahrir square vacated from the young demonstrators, who spent about 20 days there during the unrest against the Egypt's President Hosni Mubarak.

Scuffles had broken out on Saturday between the soldiers and some of the protesters as the Army tried to clear the Square to facilitate normal traffic movement.

Some protesters said they sought more concrete steps to be taken before they withdraw their demonstration completely.

But later in day, the military dissolved the Parliament and suspended the constitution, meeting two major demands of the demonstrators.

The council said it would be in charge of the government for six months or until parliamentary elections are organised to decide the next government.

Some protesters have called for a "Victory March" to be held across the country on Friday.

Former President Mubarak handed over power to the military last week compelled by an unprecedented mass movement that shook not only Egypt but the entire Arab world.