Morsi calls for unity government in Egypt

By REUTERS
July 3, 2013 18:12

CAIRO - The Egyptian presidency said on Wednesday a coalition government should be part of a solution to the country's political standoff but appeared to offer no new compromises as a deadline set by the army for a powersharing agreement elapsed.

A statement reiterated that President Mohamed Morsi held opposition parties responsible for obstructing a political initiative that would also set up a panel to prepare amendments to the constitution passed into law last December.


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