The Supreme Constitutional Court has announced the end of its feud with the assembly writing Egypt's new constitution.
The court had expressed in a press conference last week its rejection to the position appointed to it by the draft constitution. The two bodies were in conflict over the means of appointing members of the court.
The court wished for its members to be elected by its own general committee, not by Egypt's president in accordance with general boards of the judiciary as the draft constitution had suggested.
Court Chairman, Maher al-Beheiry, had then announced that the court's general board would be in permanent session until articles, which he described as "threatening to the court's independence", are amended.
He described the position appointed to the court by the constituent assembly as a "setback and clear interference in the court's affairs".