What is up next for Egypt?
CAIRO, EGYPT: As the Supreme Constitutional Court laid out the ruling that the countries parliaments and all articles making up its laws are invalid, new waves of chaos and confusion about the country’s leadership erupted across the territory causing some analysts to wonder what may happen to Egypt next.
Egypt’s militia rulers rejected a law this week that would ban family members of Mubarak (the former President) from running in the election, causing concern that his relatives could potentially win a seat of political power over the country.
Military police now guard the country.
- Egypt’s highest court declares parliament invalid (cantankerousgentlemen.wordpress.com)
- Update: Court rules political isolation and election laws unconstitutional (egyptindependent.com)
- Syria crisis: new evidence of war crimes – live updates (guardian.co.uk)
- Egypt grants military wide arrest powers on eve of controversial ruling (mcclatchydc.com)