World Bulletin / News Desk
A senior member of the Muslim Brotherhood's Freedom and Justice Party (FJP) said "everyone" rejected a statement issued by the armed forces that set a 48-hour deadline for politicians to settle the country's political standoff.
"Everyone rejects the statement of the armed forces," Yasser Hamza, a member of the FJP's legal committee, told Al Jazeera. "Solutions will be in the framework of the constitution," he said. "The age of military coups is over."
Egypt protest organisers welcome army, to march again
The founder of an Egyptian protest movement which brought millions out to demand President Mohamed Mursi resign said on Monday he welcomed an ultimatum from the army to politicians and urged people to rally again until Mursi quit.
Mahmoud Badr, of the "Tamarud - Rebel!" coalition told a televised news conference: "The statement of the armed forces has a single idea - supporting the will of the Egyptian people at this moment, which means early presidential elections."Güncelleme Tarihi: 01 Temmuz 2013, 19:08