Egypt's President Mursi receives draft constitution
CAIRO (Reuters) - Egypt's constituent assembly handed its final draft of a planned new constitution for the country to President Mohamed Mursi on Saturday so he could approve it before calling a referendum.
The Islamist-dominated assembly finished voting on the draft on Friday.
(Writing by Tom Perry; Editing by Ralph Gowling)
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