Court disbands Egypt's constitutional group
Cairo, April 11 (CNN) - Egypt's administrative court suspended the country's 100-member constitutional assembly on Tuesday delaying the drafting of the new constitution.
The move stalls Egypt's attempt to rebuild after the revolt that toppled longtime strongman Hosni Mubarak last year.
The court order stated that parliament must elect 100 "qualified" people from outside the parliament to write the constitution.
A newly created assembly must include members representative of Egypt's "political and social map" according to the court order.