All Shura Council members on the constituent assembly resigned from the assembly on Sunday, the Middle East News Agency reported.
MPs Ali Fath al-Bab, Taher Abdel Mohsen, Hassan Omar and Abdel Salam Ragheb sent their resignation letters to the assembly today.
The MPs said the reason for their resignation was to invalidate the argument of the administrative judiciary on the unconstitutionality of the constituent assembly and abort all appeals against it.
Some of these appeals are based on the fact that there are Shura Council members on the assembly which threatens the continuity of the assembly's work.
MPs Fath al-Bab and Abdel Mohsen had announced earlier their intention to resign from the assembly.
"Out of keenness on the continuity of the assembly's work... we have decided to resign from the constituent assembly so that it can continue its work," the two MPs said in a statement.
They also pointed out that this step emphasizes the continuity of the work of this assembly "which finally came to existence after a national consensus."