Egypt Presidency Urges Dialogue for National Consensus
3 July 2013
Egypt's presidency said on Wednesday that it is keen on responding to the people's demands through dialogue to reach national consensus.
It added on a Facebook statement that "violating constitutional legitimacy threatens democracy and derails it from its righteous path."
It stressed that the scenario that is being forced on the people is not consensual and is rejected by the public who have taken to the streets to show that they wish to continue building state institutions.
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