Sobhi Saleh: Article 2 in Current Constitution Not Written by Islamists, but Liberals

Legal expert Saleh reminds protesters that Article 2 of Egypt’s current Constitution, dealing with application of Sharia (Islamic Law), was written by liberals of decades past; and it remains unchanged.

Ghozlan: Muslim Brotherhood Will Not Participate in Friday November 9 Demonstrations

Egypt Muslim Brotherhood announces it will not be joining this Friday’s demonstrations across the country protesting perceived ambiguity of the position of Sharia (Islamic Law) in the new national charter

Freedom and Justice Party Statement on Administrative Court Decision in Constituent Assembly Disbanding Case

The Muslim Brotherhood’s political wing accepts today’s decision by Egypt’s Administrative Court to refer the case for annulling the country’s charter-authoring panel to the Supreme Constitutional Court, as it gives

Egypt Constitution-Writing Panel: Egyptian People Will Vote on New National Charter

As it awaits Supreme Constitutional Court suggestions for new charter, the assembly tasked with drafting Egypt’s post-revolution constitution reiterates that ultimately it is up to the people to accept or

Constituent Assembly Secretary: Completion of Three Chapters in New Constitution Soon

Working diligently for a broad consensus and a timely finish, Egypt’s panel in charge of writing the first post-revolution national charter has completed three chapters in the country’s new Constitution.

Dr. Omaima Kamel: New Constitution Will Safeguard Women’s Rights in Full

According to Ms Kamel, member of Egypt’s charter-authoring panel, the best guarantee that women will always get their full rights is through education and enlightenment.

Constituent Assembly Seeks to Hear ElBaradei, Zewail and Al-Baz Views, Suggestions

Egypt’s constitution-writing panel has held 50 hearing sessions, received 6500 suggestions for additions to the country’s first post-revolution national charter, and made 21 visits to provinces and universities across the

Abdel-Meguid: No Privileges for Military in Constituent Assembly Proposals

Many suggestions submitted to Egypt’s charter-authoring panel urge support to bolster the country’s military forces, to enable them to do their duty positively, guarding its borders and protecting the homeland

Amr Darrag: Completion of Drafting New Constitution Late August

The Secretary-General of Egypt’s charter-writing panel assures that the drafting committee comprises worthy personalities hailing from across the political and social spectrum, and so represents all members of the Egyptian

Freedom and Justice Party: We Seek to Build Modern Democratic State

Freedom and Justice leader Essam El-Erian affirms that efforts are underway to finish writing Egypt’s new Constitution soon, amid general broad consensus on all content.