Yesterday the presidential palace in Egypt was probed by military helicopter, while supporters and opponents of Egyptian leader, Mohammed Morsi, took their contempt to the streets of the nation.
At night Morsi stressed that “the people elected me in free and fair elections,” adding “I will be taking the responsibility” of the country.
Again Tahrir Square was flooded with hundreds of thousands of protesters gathered to force Morsi out, for rejecting the ultimatum given by the Army.
Military sources reported that the military would suspend the constitution and dissolve parliament dominated by Islamists, in case Morsi and liberal opposition fails to reach agreement today.
A few minutes ago, President Morsi asked to form a “consensus cabinet” to work on the crisis and come out of this. The Egyptian leader had proposed to reform the constitution and electoral law among others.