Egyptian Interim Minister Hazem El-Beblawi has announced the resignation of his government. The timing seems to have surprised people, since a new government would have been formed anyway after the April Presidential elections. So why now? This Reuters piece suggests a possible answer:since Field Marshal al-Sisi will have to resign the Defense Ministry and the Army in order to run for President anyway, he may have wanted to avoid being seen as acting unilaterally; instead the entire Cabinet resigns.
I'm not sure I completely see the logic in that, but I assume this does indeed relate to the Presidential timetable.