Egyptian Draft Constitution Draws Input From Citizens, GroupsChanges to the country's draft constitution have been suggested by Egyptian-American citizens and a women's group who think the document's position on presidential candidacy and child marriage should be re-evaluated.
Protesters in front of the Constitutional Court (file photo).
Aswat Masriya, 18 September 2012
The Alliance of Egyptian Americans wants the new constitution to permit dual citizens to run for president, a released statement stated on Monday. Read more »
EOHR, 16 September 2012
The Egyptian Organization for Human Rights (EOHR) held an open discussion workshop on "the state governance system", on September 13, 2012, 10 am. Held at Pyramisa Hotel in Giza,… Read more »
EOHR, 12 September 2012
The Egyptian Organization for Human Rights (EOHR) holds an open discussion workshop on "the state governance form", on September 13, 2012, 10 am. Held at Pyramisa Hotel in Giza,… Read more »
Aswat Masriya, 10 September 2012
A number of Salafi (ultraconservative) members of the constituent assembly, to rewrite the constitution, and a Muslim Brotherhood member have called for the removal of Article "29"… Read more »
Egypt Online, 6 September 2012
The board of al-Azhar Senior Ulemas (clerics) said that Article 2 of the new constitution should be left unchanged as it was in the 1971 constitution. Read more »
In the latest move in the struggle over Egypt's government, the Supreme Constitutional Court has overruled President Mohamed Mursi's decision to reinstate parliament. Read more »