Egypt election committee working on 'new timetable' for parliamentary poll

By REUTERS
March 1, 2015 13:02

 
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CAIRO - Egypt's Supreme Election Committee said on Sunday it was working on a "new timetable" for holding a parliamentary election.

Earlier the Supreme Constitutional Court had ruled that an article related to a law defining electoral districts was unconstitutional, opening the way for a delay to the March-April parliamentary poll.

"The committee is working on a defining a new timetable for the electoral measures," the committee's spokesman, Judge Omar Marwan, told Reuters.

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