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Judges to officially oversee Egypt constitution poll: Senior judge
Judges and members of prosecution will officially oversee Egypt's constitutional referendum, Supreme Judicial Council member Ahmed Abdel-Rahman says
Ahram Online , Monday 3 Dec 2012
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Judge Hossam El-Gheriany, chairman of the constituent assembly gives Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi (R), the final draft of Egyptian constitution during a celebration in the seminar hall in Nasr city in Cairo December 1, (Photo: Reuters).

The Supreme Judicial Council has agreed to allocate judges and members of the prosecution to oversee the constitutional referendum on 15 December, council member Judge Ahmed Abdel-Rahman has said.

Judges will officially oversee the referendum even though many of them are currently on strike, Abdel-Rahman told the Al-Ahram Arabic website.

Earlier on Tuesday, the Supreme Committee for Supervising the Referendum was formed under the leadership of Judge Samir Abou El-Maati, the head of Cairo’s Appeal Court.

Egyptian expatriates will vote on the national charter on 8-11 December.

Meanwhile, the Administrative Prosecution Authority issued a statement on Thursday announcing its agreement to delegate its judges for the supervision process.



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