Egypt’s first elected civilian president, Mohamed Morsi, has forcibly resigned a number of senior military staff, marking a turning point in the country’s transition from the old regime of Hosni Mubarak. But what does the move mean for the army and are fears of President Morsi’s increasing powers well-founded? Seb Morton-Clark reports.

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