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Published on Jul 10, 2012
On Sunday, Egypt's new president Mohammed Morsi ordered the Egyptian parliament to get back to work, a decision that flies right in the face of the Constitutional Court's June 14 decision to dissolve parliament. Yesterday, Egypt's Constitutional Court reasserted that its ruling was "final and binding" and the military announced it would expect all state agencies to respect the constitutional decree. But many members of the dissolved parliament, which is set to reconvene today, have vowed to force their way into the parliament buildings if they have to. Stephen Flurry reports from Jerusalem on the ongoing tug-of-war between the Egypt's military generals and the Muslim Brotherhood.