Screenwriter and author, Dr Medhat al-Adl said that Mohammed Morsi would not win again if presidential elections were repeated due to his recent dictatorship decisions. He added that the Muslim Brotherhood would not get the majority in parliament because people now "hated them" following their most recent actions.
Al-Adl said that the Brotherhood seek to control the Constitution of Egypt, even though they do not represent the large proportion of people. He further told Arabstoday, that the Freedom and Justice Party was only a small part of the Egyptian people – probably around 3 percent – but the group believes they have a bigger following.
Al-Adl revealed that they persuaded Amr Moussa to withdraw from the Constituent Committee after he was sure of Brotherhood’s attempts to control the writing of the Constitution. He said that he would sit-in with the protesters in Tahrir Square until Morsi cancelled his Constitutional Declaration to control all the decisions.