The ousted leader of Egypt died this morning. Muhammad Mürsî elsa al-Eyyat
is the first ousted president of Egypt, the fifth ousted politician. On 3 July
2013, it was overthrown by the Egyptian Armed Forces. Mohammed Morsi was born
on August 8, 1951, in the village of Eladva, in the eastern province of Sharia
in northern Egypt.
He was involved in politics within the Muslim Brotherhood movement, to
which he was close in thought. Between 2000 and 2005, he became a member of
parliament. Since the Muslim Brotherhood could not legally participate in the
election, he entered parliament as an independent politician. He was a member
of the Egyptian People’s Assembly for 5 years. He supported the 2011 Egyptian
Revolution as an opposition leader and was elected president of the Freedom and
Justice Party, founded by the Muslim Brotherhood on April 30, 2011.
In 2012 Egyptian presidential elections, the Muslim Brotherhood nominated
Hayrat Shatir nominated, was named instead of Mohammed Morsi. He conducted an
intensive election campaign. He received 25.5% of the votes in the first round
and qualified for the second round. In the second round, he won 51.73% of the
vote and became the 5th president.
2012–13 known as the name of the Egyptian protests, 3 July 2013 as a result
of large demonstrations of the Egyptian army seized the administration with a
military coup. Mursi announced that he did not accept the coup and told his
supporters to resist. Mohammed Morsi was taken into custody and kept under
house arrest. However, the coup; He transferred Mursi to the Burj al Arab
prison in the north of Alexandria. He was allegedly exiled from the Burj al