Lebanese newspapers out on Monday continued to shed light on developments in Egypt days after toppling president Mohamed Morsi. Al-Nahar newspaper reported that Cairo and many other Egyptian governorates have witnessed another day of protests staged by both supporters and opponents of Morsi. The paper believed that political transition in Egypt was hit by another obstacle when the ultra-conservative Nour Party\'s rejected the nomination of former UN nuclear watchdog chief Mohammed al-Baradei as Egypt\'s new premier. In a bid to avoid divisions, the Egyptian presidency backed off and the name of economist Ahmed Bahaa al-Din surfaced. Al Mustaqbal newspaper, however, highlighted the appeal by Muslim Brotherhood youths to their leaderships not to drag the country to chaos and more bloodshed. The paper also quoted Presidential Media Adviser Ahmed Moslamani\'s as reiterating that the presidency views the Muslim Brotherhood as a national group with a long history and assuring that they will not be isolated from political life.