Egyptians will one day remember July 3 as the day they found their way back onto a path toward stable democracy, the Egyptian military has ousted President Mohamed Morsi, suspended the constitution and appointed the head of the constitutional court, an implacable foe of the president, as interim head of state. Morsi and the entire presidential team are under house arrest in the Presidential Republican Guards Club...Morsi has been separated from his aides and was taken to the Defence Ministry.
But is this true democracy or its the mob rule, supported by the army also which has resulted in the deposition of the government that was elected barely a year ago.And the people who elected in the power were the same, who were on the streets also to protest against it.Mobs don't make a democracy even if they have the right intentions, its the elections only which can do it, and it really doesn't make any sense when the ruling party was elected by this mob only.
Now Egypt is in a state that the hopes to make it a democratic country are very little.Now, US also has nothing much to do in this matter, but it has a huge stake in the outcome.
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