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The debate over Egypt's "military coup": is it or isn't it?

By Prospect Team  

“Coup” is the four-letter word on everyone’s lips this morning.

The Muslim Brotherhood and its coalition of Islamist groups have called for their supporters to take to the streets to protest a “coup against legitimacy.”

Chief Justice of the Supreme Constitutional Court Adli Mansour has been installed as Egypt’s interim president. Mansour said the actions in Egypt had “corrected the path of its glorious revolution.”

Clashes between the Brotherhood and Morsi remained…

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