Egypt's Supreme Administrative Court on Tuesday postponed a decision on the fate of the Constituent Assembly that is tasked with drafting the country's new constitution.
A ruling had been widely expected on Tuesday but Judge Farid Nazih put off the hearing to October 16 to review more documents, judicial officials said.
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Several lawsuits have been filed challenging the constitutionality of the committee and the mechanism for choosing its members.
The 100-strong panel picked in June and headed by senior judge Hossam al-Ghariani has been tasked with drafting a new constitution, after the old charter was suspended following the 2011 uprising which toppled Hosni Mubarak.