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Submitted by peyami (Turkey), Aug 19, 2013 at 13:03

None of the reasons stated in above article such as elect.fraud,attendance percentage on election e.i.make Mursi lose his presidency..(remember Bush 's 2nd presidential election..!!) But there is another point has been disregarded which is Constitution..

Constitution is the main and common agreement and consensus between the governed which is people and ruling group..Mursi had been changed the constitution without parties agreement on benefit of sheriah law .This makes Mursi forfeit his presidency precisely

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