Egypt's generals have a curious view of democracy.
They are insisting that a military-appointed panel should write the country's new constitution, not newly-elected parliamentarians.
That prompted a boycott announcement by the Muslim Brotherhood on Thursday.
The Muslim Brotherhood dominated the election held last week and want the Parliament to write a new charter.
Anchor Marco Werman talks to Wall Street Journal correspondent in Cairo, Matt Bradley, who was just a handful of Western journalists called by Egypt's military Wednesday for a rare briefing.