Egypt's National Salvation Front, which constitutes the largest opposition group to the regime of sitting Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi, has reversed its call to boycott this weekend's constitutional referendum. The group - made up of women, religious minorities, liberals, and others - is now urging its supporters to vote "no" on the draft constitution, which was passed hastily almost a month ago by Egypt's Islamist-dominated constitutional assembly and has been criticized for emphasizing Islamic law. The referendum is expected to pass. The Globe and Mail reports.
Egyptian Opposition Reverses Boycott Call
UPDATED 7:18 AM EST, December 13, 2012