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Egypt Constitution-Writing Panel: Egyptian People Will Vote on New National Charter
Egypt Constitution-Writing Panel: Egyptian People Will Vote on New National Charter
As it awaits Supreme Constitutional Court suggestions for new charter, the assembly tasked with drafting Egypt’s post-revolution constitution reiterates that ultimately it is up to the people to accept or reject the country’s most important document.
Thursday, October 18,2012 00:36

In a statement Tuesday, Sobhi Saleh, member of the Constituent Assembly (CA) tasked with drawing up Egypt’s new Constitution, refused to comment on rejection by certain members of the Supreme Constitutional Court (SCC) of their new status in the draft charter.

However, Saleh stressed that reports of the SCC's refusal of texts pertaining to its status in the new Constitution do not impact the Assembly, "The CA does not take suggestions of institutions and bodies from media reports and rumors.

"In any case, the SCC has no authority over the CA. It is the Constitution which establishes the authority of the SCC and not vice versa.

"Any party may have the right to make its suggestions in an appropriate way – not through the media, especially since the CA listens to all. Ultimately, it is up to the people to vote their approval or rejection of the new constitution."

tags: Constituent / Egypt / Sobhi Saleh / Constituent Assembly / Constitutional Court
Posted in EGYPT  
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