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Morsi says he will 'hold on to legitimacy,' calls on army to reverse Monday statement
Egypt's embattled President Morsi refuses to bend to opposition calls for his ouster, urges Egypt's Armed Forces to withdraw yesterday's 48-hour deadline for resolving political standoff
Ahram Online , Tuesday 2 Jul 2013
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Egypt's President Mohamed Mursi (R) meets with Defence Minister General Abdel Fattah al-Sisi in Cairo August 22, 2012 (Photo: Reuters)

Speaking via Twitter on Tuesday evening, Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi asserted that he would "hold on to constitutional legitimacy" and reject any attempt to abort it.

He also called on the Egyptian Armed Forces to withdraw its Monday "warning," in which it called on "political forces" to resolve their differences or face an army-imposed "roadmap" for Egypt's political future.

President Morsi went on to reject interference by either "internal or external" forces.





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go home morsi
03-07-2013 12:49am
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The nerve in this old man
I thought he learned from Mubarak that Egyptians don't give up on what they want. No Egyptian will go home untill Morsi leaves. The protests have nothing to do at home, no water, no electricity, it feels like Gaza now. Go home Morsi go away!
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zolghair
02-07-2013 11:14pm
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Morsi says he will 'hold on to legitimacy,'
I guess the foreign controlled Egyptian army generals must pack their bags and go back to serve their western masters.
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