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Women Still Scarce in Egypt's Constitution Process

Thursday, September 19, 2013

The five women on the new Constituent Assembly are all considered very strong representatives, but activists say they are simply too few. Morsi loyalists meanwhile are in hiding and say all human rights in the country are compromised.

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