CAIRO (Reuters) – Egypt prepared to declare about Tuesday the outcome of the vote about a brand-new constitution which Islamist President Mohamed Mursi hails because a step towards stability inside a nation beset by political plus financial crisis. But critics state which by ramming by the simple law, Mursi has angered his liberal, leftist plus Christian opponents, plus might have squandered any chance of building a wide consensus about taxes rises required to rein in a crushing budget deficit. Unofficial tallies from Mursi's Muslim Brotherhood showed the charter was approved with a 64 percent most. …
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