What and where is government in Egypt as deadlock rules over SCAF and President Mursi? A commentary
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The Supreme Council of the Armed Forces (SCAF) holds on to the Supreme Constitutional Court’s upheld on its ruling which dissolved Egypt’s Parliament while it freezed President Mursi’s decree to reinstate the legislature. In this case, what is and where is government Egypt?
As the deadlock between SCAF and President Mursi continues to hang on and lingers indefinetely, “Anarchy” creeps in Egypt and makes Tahrir Square its parliament presided over by Mursi with the support of Muslim Brotherhood.
For its part, the military council remains on guard to quell any ensuing disorder and chaotic situation, handcuff if not open fire on the perpetrators.
The present volatile condition in Egypt is alerting. The peace prevailing today may become riotous protests, demonstrations and killings tomorrow. When will the promised civilian government take effect in Egypt? Will Mursi be allowed to function as a civilian president?