Army is ready to intervene as Egypt celebrates its victory anniversary

Thousands demonstrate on Egypt's cities for and against President Mohammed Morsi and the Muslim Brotherhood (photo:dpa)
Thousands demonstrate on Egypt's cities for and against President Mohammed Morsi and the Muslim Brotherhood (photo:dpa)

Violent protests between supporters and opponents of Egypt’s President Mohammed Morsi and his Muslim Brotherhood government are breaking out across the country as it prepares to celebrate the anniversary of the president’s inauguration. But the army is prepared to intervene to control the thousands of demonstrators and prevent anarchy and impose law and order.

AS EGYPT waits to celebrate the first anniversary of the inauguration of Egypt’s President Mohammed Morsi which marked victory for the people’s revolution, the Egyptian army is closer than ever to intervening to impose law, order and civic peace.

Mr Morsi’s inauguration as Egypt’s fifth preside...

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