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Mursi to 'obey court ruling'
July 12, 2012
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CAIRO: Egypt’s President Mohamed Mursi will respect a court ruling overturning his decree for the dissolved parliament to convene, his office said on Wednesday.

“If yesterday’s constitutional court ruling prevents parliament from fulfilling its responsibilities, we will respect that because we are a state of the law,” a statement said, a day after the court froze Mursi’s decree.
CAIRO: Egypt’s President Mohamed Mursi will respect a court ruling overturning his decree for the dissolved parliament to convene, his office said on Wednesday.

“If yesterday’s constitutional court ruling prevents parliament from fulfilling its responsibilities, we will respect that because we are a state of the law,” a statement said, a day after the court froze Mursi’s decree.

“There will be consultations with (political) forces and institutions and the supreme council for legal authorities to pave a suitable way out of this,” the statement added.

Agence France-Presse

“There will be consultations with (political) forces and institutions and the supreme council for legal authorities to pave a suitable way out of this,” the statement added.

Agence France-Presse

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