Egypt demonstrations forced Morsi to address the nation, constitution is nearly finished

Egypt demonstrations forced Morsi to address the nation, constitution is nearly finished


On 29 November, Egypt demonstrations against President’s Mohamed Morsi decision to expand his powers, forced the President to issue a public address at 7 p.m local time in order to call for national unity. In addition, government officials announced that today the country’s new constitution will be put to vote on Egypt’s Constituent Assembly.

With these communicational and political acts, President Morsi hopes to ease the tension created by the demonstrations. However, A...


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