By ZeroHour News
Mohamed Morsi became Egypt’s first democratically elected president on June 30 last year – but 12 months later, millions of Egyptians are back on the streets to protest against his rule. Mass demonstrations on the anniversary of his accession have led to resignations from Cabinet.The Supreme Commander Of Armed Forces (SCAF) overthrown the President Morsi on late Wednesday night.
-Suspending the constitution provisionally;
-The chief justice of the constitutional court will declare the early presidential elections;
-Interim period until president elected. Chief Justice will have presidential powers;
-A technocrat, capable national government will be formed;
-The committee will offer all its expertise to review the new constitution;
-The Supreme Constitutional Law will address the draft law and prepare for parliamentary elections;
-Securing and guaranteeing freedom of expression, freedom of media
-All necessary measures will be taken to empower youth so they can take part in decision making processes
-The EAF appeal to the Egyptian people with all its spectrum to steer away from violence and remain peaceful. The Armed Forced warn it will stand up firmly and strictly to any act deviating from peacefulness based on its patriotic and historic responsibility.
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