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02.10.2014
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Egypt’s No. 2 quits as voters approve new constitution in referendum

Vote seen as victory for President Mohammed Morsi, but one that comes at the price of ongoing division in conflict-wary Egyptian society • Vice President Mahmoud Mekki resigns during Saturday's voting.

The Associated Press and Israel Hayom Staff

Muslim Brotherhood leader Mohammed Badie, second right, waits in line outside a polling place in Beni Suef, Egypt, to vote on a constitution drafted by Islamist supporters of President Mohammed Morsi on Saturday.
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