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Hazem Abu Ismail criticizes Morsi
Hazem Abu Ismail, the salafi preacher-turned-presidential candidate (and later expelled from the race because his mother was an American citizen), criticized president-elect Mohamed Morsi for "tacitly" accepting the "constitutional annex" issued earlier this month by the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces, according to this report in Al Ahram:
Hazem Salah Abu-Ismail, the Salafist former presidential candidate, has said that even if President-elect Mohamed Morsi accepts the military council's constitutional addendum, the people will have the final say.
"Even if the president had to surrender to this to take power ... the people still have the power to object to it," Abu-Ismail said on his official Facebook page.
The decree states, among other things, that Morsi will take his oath of office in front of the supreme constitutional court, which Morsi has finally agreed to do - a decision some people see as accepting the decree.