EGYPTIAN ARMY REMOVES PRESIDENT FROM POWER

Egyptian Army Removes President from Power

When popular unrest forced Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak to step down in 2011, after 30 years in power, the army took control and set up the country’s first democratic election. Just over a year ago, the Egyptian people chose Mohammed Morsi of the Muslim Brotherhood to be their new president. Since then, however, there has been widespread and growing discontent with his leadership, prompting the military to step in yet again. Yesterday, Egypt’s army announced that it had deposedMorsi and suspended the constitution. The chief justice of the Sup reme Constitutional Court will act as interim leader until new elections are held.More… Discuss

 

2 responses to “EGYPTIAN ARMY REMOVES PRESIDENT FROM POWER

  1. Pharaoh nuff

    (fair enough)

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