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The National Council for Childhood and Motherhood said an operations room was formed to report on violations related to children, and it observed cases of child abuse in various governorates.
Spokesperson says low elections turnout does not reflect “leadership mistrust”; but citizens say “bad government” affected their will
“A very high turnout might have enhanced the legitimacy of the return to military rule in domestic and international eyes,” the credit agency says
Interim president addresses the nation without resolving the issue of whether presidential or parliamentary elections would be held next
In a landslide vote, the constitution was approved by 98.1 % of voters
Initial tallies published by state media suggest more than 90 percent of voters approved the new constitution