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Court ruling means dissolution of both chambers of Egypt Parliament: Deputy head of High Constitutional Court

Ahram Online, Thursday 14 Jun 2012
File photo: Jan. 23, 2012 file photo, members of parliament (Photo: Reuters)
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Maher Sami, deputy head of Egypt's High Constitutional Court, has announced that Thursday's court verdict – which declared the Parliamentary Elections Law unconstitutional – means that both houses of Egypt's parliament, both the People's Assembly and the consultative Shura Council, will be dissolved.

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