Egypt's vice president sees breakthrough in constitution crisis
CAIRO (Reuters) - Egyptian Vice President Mahmoud Mekky on Wednesday proposed a dialogue on disputed articles of the draft constitution and said a breakthrough in resolving the crisis was imminent.
"I am completely confident that if not in the coming hours, in the next few days we will reach a breakthrough in the crisis and consensus," Mekky said.
(Cairo Bureau; Editing by Janet Lawrence)
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