On Wednesday, Egyptian airport officials issued a travel ban on President Mohammed Morsi and the leader of the Muslim Brotherhood.
Officials said the ban for Morsi is related to his escape from prison along with 30 members of the Muslim Brotherhood in the Arab Spring of 2011 that toppled the dictator Hosni Mubarak.
The travel ban also went to the Brotherhood leader Mohammed Badie and his deputy Khairat el-Shater.
The Army gave Morsi an ultimatum to withdraw from office, which expired at 5 pm (15:00 GMT). The military boosted the presence of troops inside the building. Apparently the army got more control of the major institutions in the country before the expiration of the ultimatum.
The official media, said that the armed forces would install a new temporary leadership, dissolving Parliament, which is dominated by Islamists and suspended the constitution that support Islamists.
The candidate advocate of democracy in Egypt, Mohammed ElBaradei, was accompanied at the meeting by the armed forces chief, General Abdel-Fatah el-Sissi, Sheikh Ahmed el-Tayeb and Pope Tawadros II, patriarch of the minority Egypt’s Coptic Christian who formed the opposition group, the National Salvation Front.