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Thursday, July 4, 2013

Egypt's jurist the new interim president

Egypt’s Chief jurist Adly Mansour was sworn in because the country’s interim president on Thursday, each day once the military ousted Mohamed Morsi following every week of huge protest
I swear to preserve the system of the republic, and respect the constitution and law, and guard the people’s interests, Mansour same as he took the oath of workplace at a ceremony within the Supreme Constitutional Court. 

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The jurist of Egypt's Supreme Constitutional Court was sworn in Thursday because the nation's interim president, absorbing hours once the military ousted the Mohammedan President Mahomet Morsi.
Adly Mansour took the oath of workplace at the Nile-side Constitutional Court in an exceedingly ceremony broadcast go on state TV. In line with military decree, Mansour can function Egypt's interim leader till a replacement president is electoral. A date for that vote has nevertheless to be set.
The most wonderful issue concerning June thirty is that it brought along everybody while not discrimination or division, he said. I provide my greetings to the revolutionary individuals of Egypt.
I anticipate to parliamentary and presidential elections control with the real and authentic can of the individuals, Mansour same.
The youth had the initiative and therefore the noblest issue concerning this wonderful event is that it absolutely was an expression of the nation's conscience and an embodiment of its hopes and ambitions.
It absolutely was ne'er a movement seeking to understand special demands or personal interests.
The military, in an exceedingly statement scan by army chief info. Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi on Wed evening additionally suspended the Islamist-drafted constitution and required new elections.

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