Egyptian President Morsi"I have always been, and still am, and will always be, God willing, with the pulse of the people,"
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Egyptian President Morsi"I have always been, and still am, and will always be, God willing, with the pulse of the people,"

Cairo : Egypt | Nov 23, 2012 at 2:21 PM PST
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Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi

Yes now Egyptian President Mohammed Morsy made good steps in favor of Egypt.

I wanted a minority of society to dominate power in Egypt through dirty tactics

These methods include the demolition of the elected institutions of the Egyptian people

I have tried the Constitutional Court in Egypt and is a remnant of the former regime of Hosni Mubarak put obstacles in front of President Mohamed Morsy

But the Constitutional Court failed and will fail this Court in the case of the insistence of President Mohamed Morsy to implement its decisions

And bet now is the steadfastness and insistence of President Mohamed Morsy to implement its decisions

The president has confirmed Mohamed Morsi that he will not back down from the recent constitutional declaration which sparked protests from the Egyptian opposition forces.

It failed opposition and the opposition believe defeat in a working condition Any referendum on the constitution

This is because the opposition has no fans among the Egyptian people

Morsi's statement came as protests escalated against the Constitutional Declaration and the attack on a number of premises Freedom and Justice party, emerged from the Muslim Brotherhood movement, which the President belongs Mursi.


Morsi had issued a constitutional declaration gives him the powers of legislative, executive and wide and barricaded decisions of judicial appeal in that way.

At announcement objections Many Egyptian forces, calling it "the beginning by the dictatorship"

Mursi considered that performs his duty "pleasing to God and the nation."

He said he "make decisions after consulting with everyone."

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Ahmed Mohamed Ibrahim is based in Cairo, Kairo, Egypt, and is a Stringer for Allvoices.
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