Pope Tawadros II expresses his support for Egyptians 'taking back their stolen revolution' in a peaceful manner.
Opposition campaign rejects calls for referendum on whether president should complete term, says Morsi to blame if protesters are attacked.
Amid ongoing nationwide protests, Prime Minister Hisham Qandil to propose Cabinet's political solutions to president, calls on Egyptians to avoid violence.
Spokesmen for Egypt's presidency and cabinet step down in latest resignations from President Morsi's beleaguered government.
Court also rejects former prosecutor-general Abdel-Meguid Mahmoud's appeal to be reinstated; assistant prosecutor-general Hassan Yassin to take over position.
Anti-Morsi 30 June Front, led by the Rebel campaign, has delegated former IAEA head, ElBaradei as its spokesman and to mediate with the state.
A number of Islamist parties are yet to issue official reactions to the armed forces' ultimatum, but many of the early reactions have praised the army.
The anti-Morsi Rebel campaign praised the army, while NSF figure says that the army 'have learned their lesson' about involvement in domestic politics.
Eight members of Egypt's Islamist-dominated Shura Council step down in solidarity with opposition, on the same day that four cabinet ministers resign.
Opposition group 30 June Front urges Egyptians to begin acts of civil disobedience now.