Who dissolved the first democratically elected one (at least since 1952)? The king used to do that (in the 1920s). Now it is the Army. Who knows what shifting allegiances in the Parliament would have resulted in a vote of no confidence against the Prime Minister and Cabinet, which would have been a big blow to the President. Methinks much of the apologia for the coup is reminiscent of the fellow who killed his parents and then pleaded for sympathy on the ground that he was an orphan,.
Israeli soldier collapses, dies from heatstroke during visit to Jerusalem's Old City (Haaretz)
from the article: Egyptian Foreign Minister: Morsi ouster was not military coup