Morsi insists that he has no intention of giving in to the military’s demands, and has a plan for reconciliation that doesn’t involve them. It isn’t clear what that’s going to mean for the deadline, however.
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Sisi declared publicly that the “demands of the people,” which in the case of the protesters is unconditional resignation of the civilian government, would have to be met, and if not the military would “announce a road map for the future,” presumably another coup and the return of the same sort of junta that ruled Egypt between Mubarak’s ouster and Morsi’s election.
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