Egyptians Vote in Second Day of Referendum on New Constitution

Muslim Brotherhood boycotting the vote


Voting has resumed in Egypt in a two-day referendum on a new constitution drawn up following the ousting of Islamist President Mohammed Morsi.

The army-backed government is seeking a "Yes" vote to endorse his removal.

With security tight, Tuesday's voting was reported to be broadly peaceful. However, nine people died in clashes involving Morsi supporters.