Egypt has announced a temporary leader after former President Morsi was forced to stand down.
The Egyptian Army seized power from the country's first democratically elected leader, after several days of huge protests across the country.
Thousands of people were demonstrating because they did not like the way he was running the country.
There were huge celebrations in the country's capital Cairo after he was pushed out, but some people think he should not have been forced to leave because he had been elected.
The Army says that Egypt's top judge - Adly Mahmud Mansour - will run the country until an election is held to pick a new leader.