Blog #7 The Temporarily President of the Arab Republic: Adli Mahmood Mansour

How Adli Mahmood Mansour became a President:

Adly Mahmoud Mansour, President of the Supreme Constitutional Court of Egypt, was temporarily President of the Arab Republic of Egypt for a period of transition, as a result of large demonstrations; led to the Egyptian armed forces led by General Abdul Fattah al-Sisi and then the dismissal of President-elect Mohamed Morsi one year after assuming the post of President of the Republic ; In response to the demonstrations in various streets of Egypt, and therefore announced the armed forces to disrupt the work of the Constitution of 2012 and then installed Adly Mansour as interim President of the Constitutional Court, after agreeing with some national forces opposed to the rule of Mohamed Morsi on a new road map of the country in cooperation with Sheikh AL -Azohr and Papa Coptic Orthodox Church. The presence of a representative of the Nour Party and the approval of the road map.
The political forces in support of Mohamed Morsi and its supporters who organized demonstrations and sit-ins in the fourth and the most important fields of the provinces considered that the measures are known as the road map constitute a military coup against the legitimacy of Morsi as an elected party. These forces expressed their opposition to organizing demonstrations abroad despite the justification of the forces. Armed that this was down to the will of the people and not a coup.
Adli Mansour was appointed as a member of the Supreme Constitutional Court under former President Hosni Mubarak in 1992, then assumed the presidency of the Supreme Constitutional Court on 30 June 2013 and was sworn in as President of the Court on July 4 before being sworn in as President of the Republic.


Adli Mahmood Mansour as a President:

Opposition demonstrations called for the overthrow of President Mohamed Morsi, which was met by other demonstrations of supporters of the President calling for not departing from constitutional legitimacy. The Egyptian armed forces, led by General Abdel Fattah al-Sisi, the Minister of Defense and Military Production, announced that the Egyptian army was fully biased towards the people and gave 48 hours to the presidential institution and all political forces to resolve the crisis. As a result, President Mohamed Morsi issued a speech on Egyptian television calling for adherence to constitutional legitimacy as a president elected by the people. On the basis of this speech, opposition forces and parties announced their dissatisfaction with Morsi’s recent speech. He called for more complications than the solution. Claiming to leave.
Adli Mansour was sworn in as President of the Court on 4 July, although he was appointed on June 30, 2013, just minutes after he was sworn in, the right of the President of the Arab Republic of Egypt to the Supreme Constitutional Court. Constitutional and “legislative power” after the dissolution of the Shura Council and the “executive branch” as president. And issued a public decision to form a committee of experts of 10 legal to amend the Constitution. During his presidency, he issued a republican decree changing the right of obedience by members of the armed forces, removing the phrase “to be loyal to the President of the Republic”. And issued in November 2013 a law to allow the Minister of the Interior to prevent the demonstration if they constitute a “threat to security.” On February 26, 2014, he issued a public decree requiring the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces to approve the appointment of the Minister of Defense, and that this appointment is for two full terms.




In my point of view, Adli Mahmood Mansour was a part of the ” Game of Throne” in Egypt at the time for Al-Sisi to became a president. My reasons came from the hold of power by one man in the republic to adjust the constitution, which I disagree with such methods like holding the legislative power and the executive branch by one party.

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