Muslim Brotherhood says fears Egypt military coup
CAIRO Feb 10 (Reuters) - A senior member of the Muslim Brotherhood, Egypt's biggest opposition group, said on Thursday he feared the Egyptian army was staging a military coup.
"It looks like a military coup ... I feel worry and anxiety. The problem is not with the president it is with the regime," Essam al-Erian told Reuters.
(Reporting by Samia Nakhoul; writing by Andrew Hammond, editing by Alison Williams)
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