Early signs: Egypt's Islamist-drafted constitution passes

CAIRO - Early indications suggested Egyptians approved an Islamist-drafted constitution in Saturday's second-round referendum despite opposition criticism of the measure as divisive.
As counting began, an official from the Muslim Brotherhood's political party, which backs President Mohamed Morsi, said a sample of a few hundred thousand votes had "yes" in the lead.
An official from the opposition National Salvation Front said their early exit polls showed the constitution passing.
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