The opposition has called for more protests against Egypt's president Mursi who insists he will conduct a constitutional referendum on 15 December. Opponents of the draft want to see it re-written.
One month before the presidential elections protests against the government are increasing in Egypt. The activists demand more rights and the release of political prisoners.
Zambia has long struggled to come up with a constitution that is acceptable by all parties. Citizens are now demanding a 'people driven' document but the government seems reluctant.
Turkey's constitutional court has outlawed the government's attempted ban on social media website Twitter, saying it violated freedom of expression and individual rights. The ban was implemented ahead of elections.
Egyptians will vote on a new constitution on January 14 and 15, according Egypt's state news agency MENA. The new draft is to replace the constitution adopted last year by ousted Islamist president Mohammed Morsi.
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