Morsi gives Egypt's army police powers, right to arrest

From Top stories – France 24 - International News 24/7 Mon Dec 10 2012, 05:10:58

AFP

Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi on Monday granted the army police powers, including the right to arrest civilians, ahead of a controversial December 15 referendum on a draft constitution that has sparked more than two weeks of protests.

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