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Morsi says army's roadmap "complete military coup"
                 English.news.cn | 2013-07-04 16:44:33 | Editor: Yang Yi

Morsi says army's roadmap "complete military coup"

CAIRO, July 3 (Xinhua) -- Egypt's ousted President Mohamed Morsi said Wednesday that the newly-announced military roadmap for running the country during a transitional period is "a complete military coup," calling on all people to stick to the law and the constitution.

"The army roadmap is rejected altogether by all free citizens," Morsi wrote on his official Facebook page, referring to himself as the president and the supreme leader of the armed forces despite the announced ouster by the military.

Earlier, Defense Minister Abdel-Fattah al-Sisi announced that the chairman of Egypt's Supreme Constitutional Court will run the country for a transitional period.

Sisi said the army's roadmap includes forming a national government with broadened powers, and that the army will seriously face any unpeaceful act.

"The coup will pull Egypt backwards ... and everyone has to bear their responsibilities before God, the people and the history, " said Morsi, who, according to local sources, had been removed to an undisclosed location.

穆尔西称军方路线图是“彻底的军事政变”

新华网开罗7月3日电(记者李姝莛 田晓航)埃及总统穆尔西3日在其社交网站官方账户上表示,埃国防部长塞西当天的讲话以及提出的未来发展路线图是“彻底的军事政变”。

穆尔西说,所有自由的人民都拒绝军方路线图,他呼吁所有埃及人遵从宪法和法律,不要响应军方的“政变”。穆尔西说:“政变将把埃及带入黑暗。”

埃及国防部长塞西3日晚发表全国电视讲话,宣布提前举行总统选举、由最高宪法法院院长暂行总统职权。

塞西说,军方提出的埃及未来发展路线图主要包括四方面内容:暂停使用现行宪法;提前举行总统选举,最高宪法法院院长将在总统选举前暂行总统职权;成立联合政府;成立专门委员会商讨修改宪法。

埃及军方1日为支持穆尔西和反对穆尔西的阵营解决当前危机设置48小时期限,称如果期限过后这场危机仍未解决,军方将采取行动介入,公布路线图方案以及监督路线图实施的措施。

穆尔西2日发表全国电视讲话说,宪法赋予他的合法性不可替代,他愿用生命捍卫总统的合法地位。3日下午,穆尔西通过社交网站发表声明,呼吁通过建立联合政府达成全国和解,强调将按照自己的路线图回应民众诉求,但未像反对派期待的那样同意下台,并提前举行总统选举。

 

(Note: The above is the same story reported in English and Chinese respectively, and is not literal translation.) 

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