So now that the military has taken over, parliament has been dissolved and the Constitution has been suspended - de facto martial law.
Elections to be held in 6 months - maybe. The military defended the caretaker government, stocked with Mubarak loyalists, as necessary for now in the interests of "stability" amid the efforts to build a new system, as Egypt's upheaval has splintered into a host of smaller grievances.
On the other hand Mubarak had pledged elections in Sept and constitutional reforms through an independent commission, stepping down afterwatds.
Anyone else think this may be a case of "cutting off your just to spite your face"?