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Topic - Mohamed Tawfik
"But then, in the last two months, you have had a massive reaction from the Egyptian people," Mr. Tawfik said on ABC's "This Week." "President Morsi did not act in the interests of the vast majority of Egyptians. He only looked at his own clique. You can't be a democratically elected president and act that way. So now we want new elections; we're going to get new elections ... as soon as we possibly can."
Mr. Tawfik acknowledged that Mr. Morsi was democratically elected and said that he did his best to help Mr. Morsi succeed.