World Bulletin / News Desk
Egyptian State Minister in charge of the Egyptian Parliament, Muhammad Mahsub said on Tuesday that "with the new constitution, the Egyptian army will have to respect the basic organs of the Egyptian state."
Speaking to the Anadolu Agency (AA), Mahsub said that they would establish a special commission to discuss the budget of the Egyptian army.
"According to the new constitution, economic organizations owned by the army will be under the audit and supervision of the state. All income of the economic organizations owned by the army will be included onto the income of the state," Mahsub noted.
"The commission on the preparation of the Egyptian constitution will take decisions on military justice. Following the approval of the constitution, the restructuring of all presidential organizations would be completed in 2013," Mahsub stressed.
"A referendum will take place in October regarding the constitutional amendments," Mahsub also said.
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