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As I've said, but it clearly doesn't suit your argument Kije: that Egypt had a Constitutional Court to protect the Constitution; so Morsi wasn't in a position to legally "change the rules". FACT: HE WON A MAJORITY OF VOTES AT AN ELECTION - END OF.

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Is there any reason why you've started shouting Obs? Need new batteries in the hearing aid?

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What's classed as "shouting" Asp? The bold type or the capitals?! You should know Kije has hearing problems as well as reading problems!

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He did not have the right to change the constitution Obs, why don't you check, then come back and I will except your apology for shouting :lol:

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Majority ??????

 

 In your opinion !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

 

Nope.... in the opinion of virtually every opinion poll carried out since 2009.... this link is from the FT by the way! (link : http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/cb2057fc-7917-11e2-b4df-00144feabdc0.html#axzz2YmifjksL )

 

 

October 2011

 

Some 70% of voters want a vote on Britain's EU membership, and by a substantial nine-point margin respondents say they would vote for UK withdrawal.

Forty-nine per cent would vote to get Britain out of Europe, against just 40% who prefer to stay in.

 

November 2012

 

 

EU-membership-poll-001.jpg

 

May 2013

 

http://www.europeanvoice.com/article/imported/opinion-poll-shows-support-is-at-an-all-time-low-for-eu/77239.aspx

 

http://www.democracymovementsurrey.co.uk/dyk_pollwatch.html

 

 

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In which case, he should have been challenged legally by the Constitutional Court, or was it the case, that the Military - Judicial establishment wanted him to alienate himself, as they'd already planned the coup 12 months ago?!

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Baz, am I supported to believe to anti European publications, Back to subject, nice try to go off subject Obs, but now we are back on, have you come to the conclusion than Morsi abused his power?

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No Kije, I came to the conclusion, when the military seized power in a military coup, that it had been planned for some time, and that they were merely waiting for the fickle rent a mob, to get on the streets again; to give them the excuse. And now like the US,  folk like you are squirming to excuse the embarrassment.

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Baz, am I supported to believe to anti European publications, Back to subject, nice try to go off subject Obs, but now we are back on, have you come to the conclusion than Morsi abused his power?

 

Is the FT an anti-euro publication?

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I am not squirming at all, Again I will point out to you, he abused his power when he changed the constitution, he had not got the power to do so under the constitution he was elected underf, You can squirm all you want to, but that will remain a fact.

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Baz, any publication that does not exclusively support Lt Kije's beliefs is obviously anti EU and supported by corrupt financial interests/bankers/pro capital punishment right wing fruitcakes. :lol: :lol: :lol:

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So if he didn't have the power to alter the constitution legally Kije; how did he do it, and why did the courts allow him to do it? The courts should have intervened NOT the Army; or are coups OK, when it suits?!

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When he came to power Obs, he filled the courts with his supporters, he also drafted laws that enabled him to ignore the courts, why don't you read about it, instead of posting when you clearly no little about it.

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The head of the constitutional court; is now President - hardly a Morsi supporter; a legal challenge could have been made to any illegality by Morsi. Your obviously desperate to sanitize an illegal military coup against a democratically elected President - says a lot about your political consistency!

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