(ANSAmed) - CAIRO, MAY 7 - The Egyptian Parliament is waiting for the Military Council to make a decision about the destiny of the government headed by Kamal el Ganzuri in the next 48 hours, as stated by President Saaad el Katatni, a top-level member of the Muslim Brotherhood, after a meeting between MPs, the Chief of the military, Hussein Tantawi and the armed forces Chief of Staff, Sami Annan. Curently, there are three main options: the current government's resignation, a cabinet reshuffle and forming a new emergency national government, Katatni explained, emphasizing that the participants in the meeting also discussed the issue of the Parliament's control over the State budget. The Egyptian Parliament had suspended itself for a week on April 29th, in order to put pressure on the Military Council and obtain the government's resignation. The day after, the Muslim Brotherhood had announced that the military had committed itself to carry out a cabinet reshuffle in the next two days. In those days, violent clashes erupted near the Defence Ministry in Cairo, while the forming of a new Constituent Assembly by the Parliament remains to be considered; the first Assembly was de facto dissolved by the judiciary due to a lack of balance between the parties involved, with the clear predominance of Islam-inspired groups. (ANSAmed).