So far the parliament has not reconvened. There may be a compromise in the offing. It is this, let parluiament meet and dissolve itself and call for new election. This will allow Morsi and the Generals to save face. Failing this, a bloody confrontation between the Muslim Brotherhood and the Military is inevitable.
A "BATTLE ROYAL" has been shaping up between these two "elephants" over the years. The military has too much at stake. It cannot be seen as giving in to the Brotherhood. Also it has to consider the billoins in investments in all facets of Egyptian society, and of course the billions from the USA in militray aid ( the US would prefer the military to the Brotherhood to be in power.). The military would also like to recoup the prestige that it has lost over the past year.
In Britain, 91 Conservative MPs have refused to go along with a reform of the House of Lords, which is a key demand of their coalition partner the Liberal Democrats. This threatens the government of David Cameron and he was livid , lambasting and pointing fingers at the rebels, an action that was deemed as "disgraceful" by one Conservative MP.
The Conservative Party has done very badly in local elections held recently,; Cameron has been under attack for his close association to the Murdochs; there have been calls by some members to take a stronger stance on Europe and the economy continue to falter.
The heat is on and unless Cameron is able to placate these rebels (and this is not likely) and strike a deal with coalition partner, the Liberal Democrats, ( some kind of "give" in another area), his government may last. He definitely does not want an election and the Lib.Dem are enjoying their first taste of power in a lond time, s