Court rules Parliament unconstitutional, activists call it "soft coup"
The Supreme Constitutional Court ruled Thursday that a law governing parliamentary elections is unconstitutional in a landmark case that results in the dissolution of Parliament.
Reactions on Social Media showed outrage and frustration, calling the verdict's implications a "soft coup" and comparing the scenario of events to the military coup in Algeria.
Meanwhile, SCAF has reportedly reclaimed legislative authority, including forming the Constitutional Assembly as of tomorrow.
State TV quoting an expert: Court's verdict involves dissolving the whole Parliament.
Activists' reactions: ''Whoever is rubbing it in Ikhwan and Salafis faces doesn't understand how dangerous what just happened, a complete dissolution of parliament is a military coup''
Breaking Al Masry Al Youm: Verdict's reasonsing orders for dissolution of the whole Parliament
Some journalists refer to it as the Algeria scenario
Activists start to wonder whether it was a revolution or a military coup.