World Bulletin/News Desk
Egypt's ousted President Mohamed Morsi's Freedom and Justice Party (FJP) insist that Morsi must be reinstated.
Former Local Development Minister and a member of the Muslim Brotherhood Mohamed Ali Beshr told the AA that if the army responded to their demands and reinstated Morsi, the FJP would discuss all resolution offers with all sides to end the crisis in the country.
Beshr said a referendum could be held on Morsi's staying in office untill 2016 or early presidential elections. He also criticized the army for not revealing Morsi's whereabouts.
Spokesman of the FJP, Murad Ali said support from the Arab, Muslim and international community proved that they were right to continue their struggle.
Meanwhile, pro Morsi protests are still continuing in the capital, Cairo, Alexandria and 20 other cities across Egypt. Morsi supporters are chanting anti-military slogans. The number of protesters in Cairo has exceeded 2 million. The Muslim Brotherhood (Ikhwan) called on supporters of Morsi to take to the streets across Egypt.Last Mod: 16 Temmuz 2013, 09:47