Admirable: soldiers kick out Egyptian president over failed election promises

The head of Egypt’s army has given a TV address, announcing that President Mohammed Morsi is no longer in office.
Gen Abdul Fattah al-Sisi said the constitution had been suspended and the chief justice of the constitutional court would take on Mr Morsi’s powers.
He said Mr Morsi had “failed to meet the demands of the Egyptian people”.
Mr Morsi and at least two leaders of his Muslim Brotherhood’s political wing are being held in detention, Brotherhood officials say.
Anti-Morsi protesters in Cairo gave a huge cheer in response to Gen Sisi’s speech.
However, US President Barack Obama said he was “deeply concerned” by the latest turn of events and called for a swift return to civilian rule.
‘Military coup’
The army’s move to depose the president follows four days of mass street demonstrations against Mr Morsi – Egypt’s first freely elected president – and an ultimatum issued by the military which expired on Wednesday afternoon.