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Topic - Supreme Judiciary Council
Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi faced the prospect of widening civil disobedience on Monday as the media and the tourism industry pondered measures to join a protest by judges against the Islamist leader.
Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi told the country's top judges Monday that he did not infringe on their authority when he seized near-absolute powers, setting the stage for a prolonged showdown on the eve of mass protests planned by both supporters and opponents of the Islamist leader.