Egypt’s top court delays ruling, cites Islamist mob

Posted: December 3, 2012 at 4:48 a.m.

Supporters of Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi confront riot police standing guard near the entrance of Egypt’s top court in Cairo on Sunday.

Egypt’s constitutional court Sunday put off its much-awaited ruling on the legitimacy of the Islamist-led legislative assembly that drafted a new charter last week, accusing a crowd of Islamists outside the courthouse of intimidating its judges.

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