Egypt's Military Has More Power Than Civilian President
by: Renee MontagnePeter Kenyon, NPR, June 27, 2012 3:06:00 am
Egypt's Administrative Court has suspended a decree allowing military personnel to arrest civilians on the streets. Civil rights groups hailed the decision as a small step toward returning power to civilian control, but say much more remains to be done. Renee Montagne talks to NPR's Peter Kenyon about Islamist President-elect Mohammed Morsi's efforts to negotiate with the ruling generals to reclaim presidential powers seized by the military shortly before his victory.
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