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Egypt court rejects election law, prompting fears of more unrest

Marwa Awad

Published 18/02/2013 | 11:14

Riot police fire tear gas at anti-Mursi protesters during clashes in front of the Presidential Palace "Qasr El-Quba" in Cairo on Saturday

EGYPT'S constitutional court rejected five articles of a draft election law today and sent the text back to the country's temporary legislature for redrafting in a move that may delay a parliamentary poll due in April.

“The court has returned the draft parliamentary electoral law to the Shura Council after making five observations on five articles which it found unconstitutional," a court statement said.


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