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July 1, 2013 3:41 PM

Muslim Brotherhood calls supporters to streets after military sets 48-hour deadline

The Supreme Council of the Armed Forces gave the government and the opposition 48 hours to resolve their differences or face intervention, but it did not say what would constitute a proper “roadmap” to reconciliation between President Mohammed Morsi and his opponents. Would talks among the president, his Muslim Brotherhood-backed supporters and the fractured opposition suffice? Or would it require a referendum or early presidential election? The Muslim Brotherhood made it clear early Tuesday that resignation was not in the offing.

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