Ousting Mohamed Morsi from the presidential office by protests was caused by frustration with Morsi's year-long rule in which Egypt suffered economic problems, energy shortage, lack of security and diplomatic crises.
Some of the reasons behind the protests and later the removal of Morsi include:
• On November 22, 2012, Morsi issued a constitutional declaration that grants him appointing the prosecutor general and making all his decisions final and binding and cannot be appealed by any way or by any entity.
• Muslim Brotherhood and their ruling political party using the majority of their members and allies in the constitutional committee to pass a hotly disputed constitution.
• Power, gas and economic crises.
• Security of the state worsened.
• Several diplomatic problems.
Marginalizing Women under MB Rule
The National Council for Women (NCW) denounced the Muslim Brotherhood's “attempts to marginalize and exclude women from the political scene.
People End Muslim Brotherhood Rule
After exactly one year and 3 days in power, the people of Egypt have put an end to President Mohammad Morsi's rule, during which many mistakes were made, the most prominent of which are: