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Published in The Egyptian Gazette on 17 - 07 - 2012

There is no doubt that feelings of satisfaction permeated Egypt when the president announced he would respect the judiciary and its rulings after the decision of the Supreme Constitutional Court (SCC) to cancel President Morsi's decree for parliament to reconvene.
The president's decree led to many disputes and discussions among citizens.
It provided ample content for Egyptian satellite and talk show programmes and the media in general.
Lawyers and self-proclaimed experts expressed their opinion about the decree.
These conflicting views created much confusion. Should the judiciary and the law's supremacy be upheld or should the parliament be reinstated? People were worried that this controversy constituted just another stumbling block on the path towards stability, and they wondered desperately whether hoping that the new president would create stability had been premature and unrealistic.
But now, after the SCC has announced its verdict, and after the president has expressed his respect for it, the Egyptian people are looking forward to stable living and working conditions.
At the same time, people are looking forward to the president's visit to Africa and his meeting with its leaders to reassert Egypt's role on the African continent.
The president wants co-operation between Egypt and Africa and solve the crisis with the Nile Basin countries concerning the Nile water, which is the source of life in Egypt.
Morsi is aware of the three realms, the African, the Arab and the Islamic realm. They are deeply interlinked and must not be separated.
We want to be optimistic! It is our right after long months of suffering after the January 25 Revolution. Now, we should find stability and peace and be able to build a new Egypt.
We should have better lives than in the past and concentrate on the future instead of looking back.
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