By Mike Munzenrider
The Egyptian military has suspended the country's constitution and dissolved parliament.
Following the ouster of former-President Hosni Mubarek, the military has said these actions were necessary to provide stability, reports the Associated Press.
Further, elections are planned to be held in six months, reports The New York Times.
The military is urging young people to form political parties, and promises to engage with them, according to the Associated Press.