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Army and interim gov’t may vote on presidential elections to precede parliament bid
Army and interim gov’t may vote on presidential elections to precede parliament bid
According to sources the interim government and the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces may decide on conducting the presidential elections before the parliamentary elections.
Saturday, March 12,2011 23:08
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According to sources the interim government and the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces may decide on conducting the presidential elections before the parliamentary elections.

This decision comes in response to requests made by numerous members from political parties who called for more time to prepare for elections. According to opposition members, more time is needed to create diversity in Egypt’s political life.

tags: Presidential Elections / Armed Forces / Political Parties / Democracy in Egypt / Egyptian Elections / Egyptian Opposition / / Armed Forces / Egyptian Constitution / Egyptian Opposition
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OK But Tughlag
There should be a clause in the constitution to impeach president by parliament simple majority. This will make sure balance of power and will also prevent a wrong person occupying the presidency. This should be added in the initial amendments expecting to approve in the referendum. MB must insist on this.
Sunday, March 13,2011 06:16
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