July 01, 2013
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AMR ABDALLAH DALSH/Reuters
Opponents of Egypt's President Mohammed Morsi shouted slogans against him and members of the Muslim Brotherhood on Sunday.
MAHMUD KHALED/AFP/Getty Images
Millions of demonstrators were united in the conviction that Morsi had failed to transcend his roots in the Muslim Brotherhood, an insular Islamist movement.
A protester wore a defaced poster of Morsi as a mask.
A core of demonstrators set fire to the headquarters of the Muslim Brotherhood in Cairo.
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There is no legal mechanism to remove him until the election of a new Parliament, however.
GIANLUIGI GUERCIA/AFP/Getty Images
Some critics of Morsi acknowledge that forcing the first democratically elected president from power would set a precedent for future instability.
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