Egyptian opposition calls for a year of extraordinary government
Azerbaijan, Baku, Dec.26 / Trend, A.Taghiyeva /
The Egyptian opposition has called for the formation of an extraordinary government for a period of one year, Al Arabiya TV channel quotes former head of the League of Arab States Amr Moussa as saying.
According to Moussa, formation of an extraordinary government for a year would be a way out of the political and economic crisis facing the country.
At the same time, Egyptian newspaper Al-Masrawi reports that dozens of Egyptians gathered on Wednesday morning in front of the Constitutional Court building, protesting against President Mursi's activities.
Demonstrations, where tens of thousands of people are protesting against President Mursi, have continued in Egypt for several weeks. Protest action which developed into an attack on the representation of the Muslim Brotherhood Movement, a member of which was the incumbent Egyptian president has been held throughout the country.
Mursi started the political crisis by issuing a decree that temporary forbids challenging his decision in court.