Interim President To Guide Egypt After Morsi Is Overthrown
By: Renee Montange and Soraya Sarhaddi Nelson
July 4, 2013
In the hours after the military overthrew the nation's first democratically elected civilian president, millions took to the streets to celebrate. The ouster ended a showdown in which the military warned the president to compromise with protesters — or else. The constitution has been suspended, and the military says an interim government will rule until new elections can be called.
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