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Egypt Student Union: Morsi Still President; We Reject Military Coup
Egypt Student Union: Morsi Still President; We Reject Military Coup
ESU Vice-President Baqri affirms that their Executive Office strongly condemns the military coup against popular will, and stands in full solidarity with democracy and electoral legitimacy.
Monday, July 8,2013 06:32
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The Egyptian Student Union (ESU)’s Executive Office announced full support for the constitutional and electoral legitimacy of President Mohamed Morsi, stressing that what the Military Council has done is a de facto coup against the will of the Egyptian people.

From the main stage in Rabaa Al-Adaweya Square, Ahmed Al-Baqri, ESU vice-president, said: "The ESU’s Executive Office met today to discuss support for President Morsi. The result was 7 against two in favor of supporting the President and rejecting the ruinous coup. The Executive Office will issue a statement Monday to express support for the elected President Morsi".

The ESU vice-president then chanted, "The students said it loud and clear.. Morsi is President of the Republic".

tags: President / Morsi / Constitutional / Egyptian People / Military Council / Student / Coup / Egyptian Student Union / Rabaa Al-Adaweya Square
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