» 07/05/2013, 00.00
Egypt: Army gives go ahead to Muslim Brotherhood's peaceful demonstrations
Announcement comes ahead of pro-Morsi protests scheduled for this afternoon, after Friday prayers. The military and the new government headed by Adli Mansour call population to calm and reconciliation. Unknown persons attack a checkpoint near the Rafah crossing (Sinai).
The dream comes true, Egypt is free from a hateful regime
The country has been waiting with patience and hope for the day when the Muslim Brotherhood would be forced to step aside. Now, armed with a great social diversity that is also a great wealth, we can hope for a new and better nation. Starting from the young people, the "true pyramids" of modern Egypt. It is the end of the Muslim Brotherhood.
As military ultimatum expires, millions of Egyptians pour into the streets
Soldiers take up position at the headquarters of national TV. The Supreme Council of the Armed Forces holds talks with government delegates and protesters, boycotted for the time being by the Muslim Brotherhood. Al-Gama'a al-Islamiyya abandons the president.
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State media applaud the high turnout, the Muslim Brotherhood claim instead a low turnout and continue their boycott. The referendum is a vote against the fundamentalism of the Brotherhood.
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The decision of President Mohammed Morsi marks the end of the overlapping of power between military and civilian institutions. The change of leadership of the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces follows the tragedy of the Rafah crossing (Sinai) and the deaths of seven soldiers. Fears of the islamization of society by the Muslim Brotherhood remain high.
Egyptians wait for the dawn of a new day
The Army’s ultimatum to Mohammad Morsi to respond to the protester’s demands expires in a few hours. However, last night the president gave a televised speech, making it clear that he does not intend to step down: 32 people killed thus far in clashes.
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