Getting very nasty over there. I've been talking to Islam (Elshobokshy) on travian and he says he is trying not to leave home. He goes to university in France later this month anyway which is good but not fun for the innocent people left behind there . I dunno where that situation is headed.
I heard a bird cry, sharp and free. My name is Jordan.
It's an odd situation too, since Morsi WAS democratically chosen, whatever he may have done afterwards.
That's true and that's what makes it a difficult decision for the army to take.
In a democracy, the president must be accountable. In the US, the president can be impeached if he behaves with gross stupidity whilst in the UK, the government can be dismissed through a vote of no confidence. I'm wondering how Egypt could have made Morsi accountable for his actions. On the other hand, the Muslim Brotherhood is by far the largest ruling party. In the December 2011/January 2012 elections, the Muslim Brotherhood won 213 seats out of 508, under the name Freedom & Justice Party. The next largest party, the Al-Nour Party, won 107 seats. The Muslim Brotherhood therefore has a huge mandate from the people to govern and the only democratic course of action, if the president cannot be impeached, would be to let them fail.