Morsi invites parties to amend constitution

By REUTERS
June 27, 2013 00:45

 
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CAIRO - Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi said on Wednesday he was forming an all-party committee to propose amendments to the constitution and was inviting party leaders to start work on it on Thursday.

The move to address complaints about the constitution, pushed through a referendum by Morsi and his Islamist supporters against vocal complaints from the opposition, appeared to be a key point in his speech and seemed to address a call from the army for political factions to forge a new consensus.

Morsi also said he would form a second committee to work on "national reconciliation".

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