Morsi calls for unity as he signs constitution into law

From Top stories – France 24 - International News 24/7 Wed Dec 26 2012, 13:34:26

AFP

Egypt's President Mohamed Morsi has urged all political parties to take part in a national dialogue to heal rifts in the country, hailing a controversial Islamist-backed constitution as a key step towards greater stability and prosperity.

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