Egypt’s Constitutional Court has ruled unconstitutional the nominal tier of last year’s legislative election– the 1/3 of seats that were elected by majority in 2-seat constituencies. (heard on BBC radio; news outlets, e.g. Reuters, are just getting this out)
These seats were dominated by the Muslim Brotherhood.
The court also ruled against a law, passed by this parliament, that would have disqualified Ahmed Shafik, from the presidential runoff.