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Several representatives from different political movements condemned the clashes which broke out at the Presidential Palace on Wednesday between supporters and opponents of President Mursī. 
President Muhammad Mursī addressed the people of Egypt in a speech in which he expressed his grief at the loss of innocent lives in the clashes which have taken place over the last two days. He emphasised that he has a duty to all Egyptians, regardless of their political affiliation or religion,...
Vice president of the Salafī Call, Dr. Yāsir Burhāmī, released a fatwá that forbids demonstrations to call for a reappointment of ousted Muhammad Morsi at the moment to prevent bloodshed and chaos. Burhāmī said on his website, “Salafī Voice,” that all demonstrations for the ousted president that...
Al-Misrīyūn reported that there is a consensus in the Church to overthrow President Muhammad Mursī. An anonymous source said that the Church mobilizes Copts to participate in anti-Mursī protests.
The Union of Coptic Organisations has called on Europe to bring down the Egypt’s first elected President. The Union, which was prominent among supporters of Ahmad Shafīq during the presidential elections, said that civil society has to support demonstrators who want President Mursī to stand down...
In al-Ahrām, Dr. Safwat al-Bayādī calls on all concerned parties to recognise that Egypt is on the edge of danger and to act fast to prevent civil war, the physical, psychological, and moral impact of which will last for an entire generation. He calls for unity, saying the primary responsibility...
President Mursī will soon announce a law detailing the role of the armed forces in ensuring security and protecting vital national establishments until the ratification of a Constitution and the end of parliamentary elections, and in all instances when such security is requested by the President.
The Azhar's initiative for dialogue "Family House" or "Bayt al-‘Aylah" called on President Muhammad Mursī to freeze the recently issued Constitutional declaration and to engage in dialogue with national powers as soon as possible in order to bring Egypt out of its current crisis.
The Washington Post said just hours after an Islamist-dominated assembly approved a new national constitution Friday morning, tens of thousands of protesters began pouring into Taḥrīr Square to say they objected to nearly everything about it.
Human Rights Watch (HRW) said that the final draft of a constitution approved on November 29, 2012, by Egypt’s 100-member constituent assembly protects some rights but undermines others.  

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