Egypt’s New Constitution Overwhelmingly Approved in Referendum

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Egypt’s new constitution, which has the backing of the country’s Christians, was convincingly passed in a referendum on Thursday. Around 90 percent of the people who voted approved the new document, according to state-run media, which estimated turnout to be about 40 percent. The Interior Ministry put it higher, …

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