People partied on the street as if Morsi has resigned. Well Morsi hasn't resigned and the Army's 48 hour ultimatum adds more fuel to the combustible mix of political crisis in Egypt.
The demand of Tamarod grass root protest movement is the call for an early Presidential election. This nascent movement has managed to collect millions of petition (it claimed 22 millions petitions) in less than three months and yesterday orchestrated the largest demonstrations Egypt has ever seen.
One of the point of these astonishingly large demonstration is to appeal to the military as the only institution that can force this demand of early election on the current government. There is no other institution in the country is capable to do so. There is no parliament in Egypt and the judicial branch has been under tremendous pressure and intimidation by the supporters of the Islamist government.
We are looking at an extremely popular Coup d'état against an increasingly unpopular and undemocratic government.