Mohamed Salem, a lawyer, filed the appeal in a Cairo court.
Morsi, who hails from the Muslim Brotherhood, is trying to reinstate a totalitarian, theocratic regime in Egypt, according to Salem. This is proven by that fact he abolished the military-drafted addendum to the constitution, which he swore to uphold when he took office, Salem alleged.
During the presidential campaign, Salem tried to have Morsi's children's Egyptian nationality revoked, because they also have US citizenship.
Also on Tuesday, Morsi honored former defense minister and head of the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces, Marshall Hussein Tantawi, and former chief of staff, General Sami Anan. In a ceremony shown live on state TV, Tantawi was granted the Nile Medal, Egypt's highest state honor, and Anan the State Medal.
Tantawi and the Supreme Council effectively ruled the country since the overthrow of Mubarak on February 11, 2011, until Morsi was elected and took office.(ANSAmed).