Word cloud: Morsi's defiant speech stresses 'legitimacy'

Beleaguered Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi addressed the nation on Tuesday in a late-night televised speech covering the unrest in the country.

Adopting a defiant tone to the Egyptian army's Wednesday afternoon deadline, he called for protesters to respect the rule of law, and stressed his constitutional legitimacy to hold the post of president.

Wordcloud showing words from Mohammed Morsi's speech

Analysis of Mr Morsi's speech showed that he said the word "legitimacy" 56 times, while speaking about the constitution, elections and democracy.

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