Morsi decree creates ‘political earthquake’ in Egypt

President Mohamed Morsi is pictured at Cairo's University after being sworn-in in JuneA decision by Egypt's new president to reinstate parliament was a bold challenge to the military that dissolved the house, but some politicians slammed it as a constitutional coup that shows no regard for the judiciary or democracy.


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