International Justice

CJ354 Endicott College

Egyptian redefine their history:

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-middle-east-20737073

Today Egyptians are voting in a referendum on a draft constitution that has divided the country and sparked deadly unrest. President Mohamed Morsy in his Muslim brotherhood are heavily campaigning for the constitution to pass. The Sallfists who are consider to be one of Morsy’s allies are playing on people’s emotions claiming that those who will vote against the constitution are against Islamic law.
While Opponents say it is poorly drafted and in favor too Islamist. Some people see that voting for the constitution could create stability and others see it as a way of creating instability and political polarization. The coming nine hours will decide the future of Egypt.

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