President Mohammed Morsi’s July 8 decree (Arabic text) calling the dissolved parliament back into session has stunned all of Egypt and set off heated debates about whether the move is even legal, let alone advisable.  At the same time, it should not be entirely surprising: the Muslim Brotherhood president has indicated since he was sworn into office on June 30 that he did not accept the dissolution of the Islamist-majority parliament, which took place in the tense interval between the voting and announcement of the presidential election results.  It was only a question of what he would do to challenge the dissolution, and when.  But it seems no one was expecting him to make his move so quickly.