Also in this playlist...
This transcript is automatically generated
It so it certainly is extraordinary to watch.
A moment of great celebration.
They the military has ousted the government.
The people that said we need talks the people that said you're not doing what we elected you to do Mr.
He brought in this is Islamist.
Ways of thinking in an Islamist rule was going farther and farther toward Islamist rule.
The Egyptian people thirty.
70% of all Egyptian people are under the age of thirty.
They will now be -- -- says the leader of the military of reforming the government.
But this party is just the beginning as Tim Marshall of foreign affairs editor for sky news our our network and Great Britain -- it tonight.
There is no way to know what tomorrow brings certainly they will have new elections and then in a matter of just a few short weeks.
Hopefully they'll be able to keep the two sides in this conflict -- make no mistake about it.
President Morsi -- -- Islamist government have great support within the country he was elected democratically albeit by a narrow margin at fifteen to 48%.
But he did have a great deal of support among the Islamist faction of the country.
Whether they will rise up in some way or attempt to against the military or against their fellow citizens remains to be seen we can certainly hope not.
It was what the world needs in Egypt is stability and the military reflected that.
Just a short time ago watching over it all from cover -- -- for us is our correspondent.
Conner Powell who's covered wars in Afghanistan.
And uprisings in hot spots all around the world for us.
It's my understanding -- that these crowds are bigger and louder and more jubilant than they were -- more Mohamed -- came into power.
It's never as good.
We we understand it that these are the largest crowds from.
-- even before the revolution few years ago I mean dead the local -- and we've talked to here said that there are streets that are full of people tonight.
That had never been told people before even during the height of the revolution two years ago that while I think that these are the largest crowd what -- Harlow died was telling us.
Remember that ten years ago many -- will still scared to go out and protest against the government against the Mubarak era and it gives the military should remember.
Now egyptians are fully comfortable to go out and to protest they came out in mass on Sunday they'd never -- careers where.
They never left the other cities and streets across all that he kept it may have been partying.
Here all night really it started yesterday because they believe.
Last night that the military came out on the side of the opposition here against the military and Terry hit the board -- regime here.
Handed give people here and so we are really do believe -- have a love of the -- for the last.
I don't know 48 hours so that the military was going to remove -- was going to remove the parliament that he felt this -- And now -- wishes come true and they've been celebrating with this level of -- for more than thirty minutes now -- It is quite astounding.
Filter by section