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Egypt Awaits Army Statement After Deadline Passes

Egyptians are awaiting a televised statement on the political crisis, after a deadline set by the army for a resolution to the turmoil passed. President Egypt has repeated his offer of a consensus government, but still refuses to step down. A spokesman for the Muslim Brotherhood, to which Mr Morsi belongs, tweeted that a "full military coup" was under way. Armoured vehicles have been seen moving through the streets. There are also reports that Egyptian officials have placed an international travel ban on Mr Morsi and other senior members of the Muslim Brotherhood. When the deadline set by the army passed, cheers echoed in Cairo's Tahrir Square, where tens of thousands of protesters had gathered. The army had earlier held meetings with political and religious leaders to discuss the crisis. But the ruling Freedom and Justice party - the political arm of Mr Morsi's Muslim Brotherhood - stayed away from these talks. Mr Morsi's opponents say he and the Muslim Brotherhood are pushing an Islamist agenda onto Egypt, and that he should stand down. In a defiant televised speech on Tuesday evening, Mr Morsi said he would give his life to defend constitutional legitimacy, and blamed the unrest on corruption and remnants of the ousted regime of Hosni Mubarak. 'Terrorists and fools' Army chief Gen Abdel Fattah al-Sisi was reported to have met his top commanders on Wednesday - and a source close to the military told AFP news agency they had been discussing details of a post-Morsi roadmap. The army's plan reportedly includes an outline for new presidential elections, the suspension of the new constitution and the dissolution of parliament. Members of the Tamarod (Rebel) movement, which has mobilised millions of demonstrators onto the streets to demand Mr Morsi's resignation, were also part of the meeting. So too were leading religious figures and opposition leader Mohammed ElBaradei. An opposition source told Reuters Mr ElBaradei would "urge

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