World Bulletin / News Desk
Participants of the national dialogue meetings in Egypt have decided to set up a committee to discuss constitutional regulations.
National dialogue meetings have been initiated by the call of President Mohamed Morsi after many people were killed during the protests in the past four days in the country.
Abu El-Ela Mady, leader of Al-Wasat Party, told AA on Tuesday that the committee would be comprised of ten members and they would discuss the controversial articles of the constitution.
He added that four seats of the committee were left vacant as they would belong to National Salvation Front (NSF) which rejected the call of dialogue.
Strong Egypt Party leader Dr. Abdel Moneim Aboul Fotouh Abdel Hady, Freedom & Justice Party leader Mohamed Saad Tawfik El-Katatni, Al-Wasat Party leader Mady, and Nour Party leader Yunus Mahyun as well as some opinion leaders attended the meeting.Last Mod: 29 Ocak 2013, 13:16