Three advisers to Egypt's Mursi quit over crisis
CAIRO Dec 5 (Reuters) - Three members of Egyptian President Mohamed Mursi's advisory team have resigned over the crisis ignited by a decree that expanded his powers, presidential sources said on Wednesday.
Seif Abdel Fattah, Ayman al-Sayyad and Amr al-Leithy all tendered their resignations, bringing to six the number of presidential staff who have quit in the row over the decree.
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