|Preses o Egyp
4 Julie 2013
|Prime Meenister||Hazem Al Beblawi (Actin)
Ibrahim Mahlab (Actin)
|Vice Preses||Mohamed ElBaradei|
|Preceded by||Mohamed Morsi|
|Succeeded by||Abdel Fattah el-Sisi (preses-elect)|
|Preses o the Supreme Constitutional Coort|
1 Julie 2013
|Appyntit bi||Mohamed Morsi|
|Preceded by||Maher El-Beheiry|
|Born||23 December 1945
|Residence||Heliopolis Palace, Cairo, Egyp|
|Alma mater||Cairo Varsity
École nationale d'administration
|Releegion||Sunni Islam |
Adly Mahmoud Mansour (Arabic: عدلي محمود منصور; born 23 December 1945) is an Egyptian Judge who is currently the heid o the Supreme Constitutional Coort an the actin Preses o Egyp. He wis declared preses follaein the 2013 Egyptian coup d'état, precipitated bi mass protests. The militar an several secular an releegious figurs (includin Grand Imam o al-Azhar Dr Ahmed el-Tayeb, Coptic Pape Tawadros II, an Mohamed ElBaradei) annoonced that Preses Mohamed Morsi haed been removed frae affice an Mansour appyntit interim Preses till an election could tak place. Morsi refused tae acknowledge his removal as valid an continued tae maintain that he is the legitimate Preses o Egyp. Mansour wis sworn intae affice in front o the Supreme Constitutional Coort on 4 Julie 2013.
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