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Meanwhile, Egypt's main Islamist parties, including the Muslim Brotherhood, Saturday rejected opposition demands to delay a December 15 referendum on a new constitution they helped draft, Press Trust of India reported.
The 13 parties "insist the referendum on the constitution take place on the scheduled date, with no modification or delay", according to a joint statement to the media by Khairat al-Shater of the Muslim Brotherhood.