Following Morsi's speech last night, resignation is off the table as far as he or indeed the MB are concerned.
Furthermore, it appears that this stance is accompanied with an unwillingness to address very particular and crucial issues such as the heretofore undemocratic voting in of parliament members which in turn would appear to have shaped the very packaging of the constitution itself.
At this point the enormous crisis the nation faces teeters on precipices of galvanic proportions.
Even though many would agree that the 2012 electoral process was severely flawed, offering only a Hobson's Choice to the people...unless the route of further and timely elections is pursued, it would appear that only an intervention by the army with shambolic consequences can possibly change the nation's course and that would almost certainly not be in a favourable direction.
Cannot blog this 3 minute interview link often enough:
|photo by Amro Ali|
|each claiming sincerity and allegiance to the Egyptian people|
article link submitted by N.El-Kouni