CAIRO, June 14 (Reuters) - A senior Muslim Brotherhood politician said Egypt would enter "a dark tunnel" if the Islamist-dominated parliament was dissolved as required by a ruling from the constitutional court on Thursday.
"If parliament is dissolved, the country will enter a dark tunnel - the coming president will face neither a parliament nor a constitution," Erian told Reuters by telephone. "There is a state of confusion and many questions." (Reporting by Tom Perry; Editing by Louise Ireland)
Egypt Parliament Dissolved: Brotherhood Slams Court's Decision