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Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood rejects timetable

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The Muslim Brotherhood party has rejected the transition timetable set out by the military-backed interim president.

Essam el-Erian, a senior Brotherhood figure and deputy head of its Freedom and Justice Party, the political arm of the Muslim Brotherhood, rejected the transition timetable on Tuesday, saying it takes the country “back to zero”.

“The cowards are not sleeping, but Egypt will not surrender. The people created their constitution with their votes,” el-Eiran wrote on his Facebook page, referring to the constitution that Islamists pushed to finalisation and then was passed in a national referendum during former President Mohamed Morsi’s year in office.


Egypt’s interim administration published a timetable for a transition to a new democratic government hours after the army shot dead scores of people outside the elite Republican Guards’ headquarters in Cairo.

Interim president Adly Mansour on Tuesday morning released details of a timetable for parliamentary elections by 2014, after which a date will be announced for a presidential ballot.

The country will have five months to amend the current draft constitution, suspended following Morsi’s removal last week, ratify it in a referendum, and then hold parliamentary elections, according to the text of the 33-article decree published online.

The process will take no more than 210 days, according to the decree, meaning elections will be by February at the latest.

Egypt’s Tamarod campaign which launched the protests that prompted the ouster of president Morsi also criticised the plan, the country’s interim charter “dictatorial”.

Al Jazeera’s Nicole Johnston, reporting from Cairo, said that some liberal opposition parties have said that instead of the constitution being amended a new one should be made. 

She added that Cairo has been quiet, with a few rallies and protests at Nasr City but not in large numbers. Our correspondent said that more pro-Morsi protesters are expected to turn out later…

Source:Al Jazeera

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