Egypt's constitutional court suspends work

From Top stories – France 24 - International News 24/7 Sun Dec 2 2012, 12:38:15

AFP

Egypt's Supreme Constitutional Court announced it was suspending its work indefinitely on Sunday after Islamists staged a protest outside the building. The move is the latest in a worsening crisis between the judiciary and President Mohammed Morsi.

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