As Egyptians celebrated the apparent victory of the Muslim Brotherhood's Mohammed Morsi in Tahrir Square, the country's military power issued a constitutional declaration that limits the president's powers in overseeing the military and puts the process of Supra Skytop drafting a new constitution in the hands of the generals. "The military is clearly trying to turn the clock back to what existed under the Mubarak regime," said Marina Ottaway, a Middle East analyst at the Carnegie Endowment for International Supra For Sale Peace. "What is clear more and more is that the military sacrificed (Hosni) Mubarak to maintain the power of the old establishment."
Mubarak was driven from office more than a year ago by a revolt. Since then, Islamist parties have emerged as the strongest political force in Supra Shoes Egypt, alarming many in Egypt's powerful military establishment. In Washington, the Obama administration expressed concerns about the move by the Egyptian military, which was foreshadowed by an Egyptian court decision last week to dissolve parliament. Pentagon press secretary George Little said that the U.S. was "deeply concerned" about the constitutional declaration and that administration officials Supra TK Society would encourage Egyptian officials "to relinquish power to civilian elected authorities."
"This is a critical moment in Egypt, and the world is watching closely," State Department spokeswoman Victoria Nuland said. "We are particularly concerned by decisions that appear to prolong the military's hold on power." The military's decision to take charge of Supra Vaider writing the constitution was a challenge to the democratic process, analysts said. "I would call it a paper coup," said Eric Trager, an analyst at the Washington Institute for Near East Policy. "The questions now are: 'Will there be mass protests? Will there be some type of accommodation between the Brotherhood and the military?'"