.. based on this speech:
- When people are being killed on the streets, you don't offer condolences. You stop the violence immediately, and bring its perpetrators to justice.
- Lack of security over a period of months is not an excuse for bad governance, it is a result of it. The same is true of a deteriorating economy.
- Complaining about "ever-increasing" demands without identifying a single concrete achievement during your rule is a mark of irresponsibility.
- Refraining from shooting civilians is not a concrete achievement.
- Saying that you have "stopped trying civilians by military tribunal except in cases where military law applies" is ... such nonsense that I'm not sure where to begin, except to say that it does nothing for the 12,000 civilians who have already faced military tribunals since February.
- Declaring support for democracy while arguing that "the criticisms directed at the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces only aim to weaken our resolve, reduce public trust in the military, and indeed cause the collapse of the Egyptian state" is a contradiction.
- Assurances of parliamentary and presidential elections are insufficient if the resulting civilian government has no authority over the military.
- If you can offer to hold an "immediate" referendum on military rule, you can complete parliamentary and presidential elections and hand over power a lot sooner than June 2012.