Lawsuit Calls For Holding Referendum On Morsi's Legitimacy
Published Sunday, 17 February 2013 17:14 |
A lawsuit filed before Egypt's Judiciary Administrative Court, at the State's Council, by Ahmed Mohamed, an Egyptian lawyer. The lawsuit calls for retuning a verdict suspend the coming parliamentary elections and also holding a referendum on the legitimacy of President Mohamed Morsi.
The lawsuit mentioned that the Egyptians are witnessing the current incidents and know that the state is on the brink of a bankruptcy to create a crisis; consequently a hunger revolution will erupt to destroy the state and its institutions. All these reasons may lead to a civil war among the Egyptians, so holding a referendum on Morsi's legitimacy is necessary.
A high majority of Egyptians are against the policies of President Morsi and his government, which is not able to manage the country's affairs, the lawsuit elaborated; adding that there are three cities seek toppling President Morsi, they are Ismailia, Suez and Port Said.
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