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Egypt's military council set deadlines for the drafting of the constitution

  6/9/2012
Summary:Military Council issued a deadline for constitution drafting committee has finalized arrangements
- Wednesday 06 2012-17

Military Council issued a deadline for constitution drafting committee has finalized arrangements
Egypt's ruling military deadline for the constitution drafting committee set up at the same time, thousands of protests against the sentence for the former president to have.
The Council will decide in this field.
Earlier, representatives of political parties and independent representatives in parliament, with eighteen Fyldmarshal Hussein Tantawi, Chief of the Military Committee, met and had talks in this case.
Constitution was drafted long before the staff completed a draft new constitution, but secular and liberal deputies in the parliament to protest against the Islamist groups are likely to dominate the board and impose religious views on the constitution, and refused to cooperate with them staff made it impossible to continue working.
Expected to choose a new president, constitution text about the powers of the president is completed and approved.
have responsibilities.
and different policies can be seen.

The final phase of elections to be held in the President's authority is unclear about
In the second phase of elections, the Islamist organization the Muslim Brotherhood candidate and last Prime Minister Hosni Mubarak, the former president, as a defender of civil liberties and guarantee security, will compete.
have in the military are dominated by the future president, continues to maintain its influence in political affairs.
A number of parties, including the Muslim Brotherhood is the most seats in parliament, the parliament meeting yesterday and did not participate in the military council and the chairman of the Muslim Brotherhood, said in Parliament that no one has the right to ignore legislation.
Spokesman Mohammad contagious, Muslim Brotherhood candidate in the second round of presidential elections, has said that the Supreme Council's military intervention in the constitution drafting process of finalizing the draft constitution is not written for the staff.
Objection to the court
In other news about Egypt, thousands yesterday to protest the verdict in the case of Hosni Mubarak, the former president, in Cairo's Tahrir Square gathered and staged protests against his sentence.

Military intervention in the legislative process in Parliament has called unacceptable
Some of the first presidential candidate also urged to support the protesters, in this place attended.
On Saturday this week, court charges, Hosni Mubarak, Egypt's former president, and some other former regime officials, the defendants issued their vote.
According to the court, Mr. Mubarak, who has 84 years, and the minister in his cabinet have been convicted but the trial of six former security officials accused of involvement in the killings of demonstrators during protests against the former government acquitted.
The protests led to the resignation of President Hosni Mubarak over eight hundred people were killed.
After the court verdict, Hosni Mubarak, who was in the hospital was transferred to the jail but yesterday, the Interior Ministry sources said that his physical condition has deteriorated.
Also convicted and sentenced to be executed.

Demonstrators in Tahrir Square, the penalty for the Mubarak insufficient
The case for Mr. Mubarak's prosecutors demanded the death penalty.
Demonstrators in Tahrir Square, in addition to criticizing the Court, were demanding that the Act of Parliament prohibiting the political activities of former government officials in Egypt, regardless of the type of activity and serve them to be implemented.
Law enforcement activities of Ahmed Shafiq, one of two candidates participated in the second stage will prevent the election.
Some people have asked demonstrators to protest the presidential election, refrain from voting in second phase.

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