EGYPT LAWYER FILES CASE TO CHANGE PRESIDENT'S 2-TERM LIMIT

An Egyptian lawyer says he and others have filed a court case to force the parliament to start a debate on amending a constitutional clause that bars President Abdel-Fattah al-Sisi from running for a third term in 2022.

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