Egypt's Moussa slams bid to wrap up constitution fast
CAIRO (Reuters) - Leading opposition figure Amr Moussa said an effort by Egypt's constitutional assembly to finish the draft on Wednesday did not make sense because of widespread anger with the Islamist-dominated body.
"This is nonsensical and one of the steps that shouldn't be taken, given the background of anger and resentment to the current constitutional assembly," he told Reuters.
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