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Mohamed Morsi
محمد مرسى

Pamuntuk ning Ejiptu
Elect
Taking office
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Prime Minister Kamal Ganzouri
Minalili kang Hosni Mubarak
Mohamed Hussein Tantawi (Acting)

Mibait Agostu 20 1951 (idad 67)
Sharqia, Egypt
Partido political Freedom and Justice Party (2011–present)
Muslim Brotherhood (1991–2011)
Asawa Najla Ali Mahmoud
Ának
Pípagaralan  Cairo University
University of Southern California
Relihyun Sunni Islam

I Muhammad Morsi Isa' al-Ayyat (Egyptian Arabic: محمد محمد مرسى عيسى العياط, IPA: [mæˈħæmmæd mæˈħæmmæd ˈmoɾsi ˈʕiːsæ l.ʕɑjˈjɑːtˤ], mibait 20 Agosto 1951) metung yang politiku ning Ejiptu ampo ing miyalal a pamuntuk ning Ejiptu.[1]

Manibat anyang Abril 30, 2011, ya ing Talapamuntuk (Chairman) ning Freedom and Justice Party (FJP), metung a partido politikal a tetag ning Muslim Brotherhood kaybat ning rebolusyon king Ejiptu anyang 2011.[2] Manibat 2000 anggang 2005, Kayanib ne ning Parlamento. Tinagall ya antimong kandidatu ning FJP king alalan para king pamuntuk anyang Mayo anggang Junio 2012.

Anyang Junio 24, 2012, pepawagi ning komisyonadu para king alalan ning Ejiptung i Morsi ing sinambut king presidential runoff ning bangsa. Ditak mu ing lamang nang Morsi kang Ahmed Shafiq, ing tawling pun ministro lalam ning milako king upayang sadyang pamuntuk a i Hosni Mubarak. Sinabi ning komisyon a i Morsi menkwa yang 51.7 ning botu, kontra king 48.3 para kang Shafiq.[3]

Kaybat neng pansamantalang dininan Morsi ing sarili nang alang anggang upaya ba neng "pamingwa" ("protect") ing bangsa anyang tauli nang dake ning Noviembre 2012,[4][5] ampo ing upayang gawang leyi o batas (legislate) a e ra susurian deng ukuman, pilan lang dalan deng migprotesta laban kaya anyang 2012.[6][7] Kanitang 8 Diciembre 2012, binawi neng Morsi ing kayang kautusan a migparagul king upaya nang pang-pamuntuk (presidential authority) at leko na ing pamanyuri da reng ukuman kareng kayang dekretu, nga na ning opisyal a Islamiku, oneng miral pa murin ing epektu na ning pamibulalag o deklarasyun.[8] Sinabi nang George Isaac ning Constitution Party a ala yang yampang a bayu ing deklarasyun nang Morsi, tinggyan ne ning National Salvation Front a pamanyubuk a manos gamat, at agpang king 6 April Movement ampo kang Gamal Fahmi ning Egyptian Journalists Syndicate, migkulang ya king pamanarap king pekamaulagang ("fundamental") problema ning kapulungan a manigobra ba yang sumulat king punbatas o konstitusyon.[8]

Anyang 30 Junio 2013, mikalat la king Ejiptu deng mangaragul a protestang manyad king pamagdimitir ning Pamuntuk. Iti mitukyan ya king bala ning ukbung nung e la mipakibatan deng adwan da reng magprotesta, lungub ya at mitikdong planu para king bangsa, kabang sasabyan nang e ne buring palakad ing bangsa.[9] Some took this to mean a military coup, but the next day the army denied that they were referring to a possible military coup.[10] Kayabe king planu ning militar ing pamagsuspindi king punbatas, ing pamaglako king parlamentu, ampo ing pamitatag king bayung administrasyun a panibalan ning pamuntuk da ding mahistradu (chief justice).[11]

Milako ya i Morsi anyang 3 Julio 2013 kapamilatan ning konsehung bibilugan ning ministru ning pamamingwa by a council consisting of (defence minister), i Abdul Fatah al-Sisi, i Mohamed ElBaradei, ing Grand Imam ning Al Azhar, i Ahmed el-Tayeb, ampo i Coptic a Papa Tawadros II.[12][13]

Lon la murin[mag-edit | edit source]

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Dalerayan[mag-edit | edit source]

  1. Muslim Brotherhood's candidate and first president after Mobarak
  2. "شورى الإخوان" يسمي مرسي رئيسًا لـ"الحرية والعدالة". إخوان اون لاين، 2011-4-30. وصل لهذا المسار في 1 مايو 2011.
  3. Muslim Brotherhood candidate Morsi wins Egyptian presidential election. Fox News.com. Retrieved on 24 June 2012.
  4. Hendawi, Hamza (28 November 2012). "Egyptian courts suspend work to protest Morsi decrees". Retrieved on 8 December 2012. 
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  6. David D. Kirkpatrick (26 April 2012). "President Mohamed Morsi of Egypt Said to Prepare Martial Law Decree". Retrieved on 8 December 2012. 
  7. "Egyptians take anti-Morsi protests to presidential palace" (5 December 2012). Retrieved on 5 December 2012. 
  8. 8.0 8.1 "Egypt’s Mursi annuls controversial decree, opposition says not enough" (9 December 2012). Retrieved on 9 December 2012. 
  9. Abdelaziz, Salma (1 July 2013). "Egyptian military issues warning over protests". CNN. Retrieved 1 July 2013.
  10. http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/world/middle-east/Egyptian-army-issues-new-statement-denies-warning-of-coup/articleshow/20869255.cms
  11. "Outlines of Egypt army's post-Morsi plan emerge" (2 July 2013). Retrieved on 2 July 2013. 
  12. Morsi told he is no longer the president. Washington Post. Archived from the original on 3 July 2013. Retrieved on 3 July 2013.
  13. http://m.guardiannews.com/world/middle-east-live/2013/jul/03/egypt-countdown-army-deadline-live

Karagdagang babasan[mag-edit | edit source]

Party political offices
Minuna kaya
Position established
Leader of Freedom and Justice Party
2011–2012
Menalili kaya
TBD

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