Egypt's Opposition to Boycott Constitution Referendum Vote

From Global Voices ยป Egypt Sun Dec 9 2012, 20:50:07

Egypt's opposition coalition the National Salvation Front said tonight (Dec 9, 2012) they would boycott a referendum on a new constitution, scheduled for Saturday (Dec 15, 2012). Their rejection for the new constitution comes amid protests against the country's newly elected president Mohammed Morsi, who is accused of grabbing too...

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