Leading opposition Mohamed El-Baradei said that the Armed Forces are the last resort in protecting Egypt in the absence of the police.
In an interview with private-owned channel CBC on Tuesday, El-Baradei said that “the idea of establishing popular committees mean that we are heading to become another Somalia.”
El-Baradei said the incumbent regime is the only reason behind the current failure.
“It is of the repercussions of the past 40 years,” he added.
El-Baradei noted that Amnesty International issued a statement terming the bills of NGOs and demonstrations as a betrayal of the January 25 revolution.
Asked about proposing economic and political solutions for the current crises in Egypt, El-Baradei said he submitted two documents over constitutional principles and economic reform to former prime minister Kamal el-Ganzouri.