The Supreme Council of Armed Forces, headed by Field Marshal Mohamed Hussein Tantawi, said that it trusts that all state institutions will respect the necessary constitutional amendments that determine the duties of state authorities and the armed forces.
The military council insisted in a statement on Monday that its decision to dissolve parliament is an executive decision based on the Constitutional Court's ruling invalidating the parliamentary elections law.
The statement stressed on the importance of respecting the constitution, indicating that the military council will remain biased to the people's wishes and will not turn to exceptional measures.
The statement denied that there is a deal between the military council and the Muslim Brotherhood.
Egypt's newly-elected President Mohamed Mursi decided on Sunday to halt Field Marshal Mohamed Hussein Tantawi's decision to dissolve the elected Islamist-led People's Assembly.
Tantawi's decision had come in light of the Supreme Constitutional Court's ruling that the parliamentary elections law was unconstitutional.