Egypt’s judges refuse to work with President Morsi

Egypt’s judges drew up new battle lines in the country’s constitutional crisis on Sunday, announcing they would refuse to work with President Mohammed Morsi until further notice. The Supreme Constitutional Court put off a key ruling over whether to order the dissolution of the constitutional assembly

Egyptian parliament convenes in defiance of generals

The Egyptian parliament convened for less than an hour Tuesday, in a gesture of defiance against the country’s military rulers, who dissolved the legislature. The lawmakers met after President Mohamed Morsy, who took office on June 30, opted to override the edict of the military