Cairo - Egypt first democratically elected President Mohammed Morsi has defied the country's military rulers by saying, 'I fear no one, but God.'
Morsi's remarks came while reading the oath of office at Tahrir Square.
He addressed tens of thousands of mostly Islamist supporters Saturday in a strongly worded speech, News24 reports.
He spoke on the eve of his official swearing-in ceremony that was scheduled in front of a high court.
According to the report, Morsi vowed that the 'power of people is above all' and that no one can take away the president's authorities.