Egyptian Opposition Will Only Consider "Real and Effective" Talks With Morsi

Mohammed Morsi offers talks to the opposition after the Islamist constitution becomes law


Egypt's opposition has said it will consider an offer of talks from President Mohammed Morsi, after a controversial constitution became law.

Spokesman Hussein Abdel Ghani said the opposition would enter only "real and effective" talks, and dismissed a forum set up by the president as "farcical".