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An Egyptian opposition protester holds a tire symbolizing President Mohamed Morsi's nickname 'spare tire' during a gathering in front of the Supreme Constitutional Court (SCC) on the banks of the Nile in Cairo in support of a court rule on the legality of an Islamist-dominated panel that drafted the country's constitution, on January 15, 2013. Egypt's top court was to rule whether Egypt's Islamist-dominated Senate should be dissolved as well as on the validity of a panel that wrote the country's controversial constitution. Morsi earned this nickname because he was Muslim Brotherhood's backup candidate behind Mahmoud Ezzat and Khairat el-Shater who was disqualified by election authority. AFP PHOTO/GIANLUIGI GUERCIA (Photo credit should read GIANLUIGI GUERCIA/AFP/Getty Images)
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An Egyptian opposition protester holds a tire symbolizing President Mohamed Morsi's nickname 'spare tire' during a gathering in front of the Supreme Constitutional Court (SCC) on the banks of the Nile in Cairo in support of a court rule on the legality of an Islamist-dominated panel that drafted the country's constitution, on January 15, 2013. Egypt's top court was to rule whether Egypt's Islamist-dominated Senate should be dissolved as well as on the validity of a panel that wrote the country's controversial constitution. Morsi earned this nickname because he was Muslim Brotherhood's backup candidate behind Mahmoud Ezzat and Khairat el-Shater who was disqualified by election authority. AFP PHOTO/GIANLUIGI GUERCIA (Photo credit should read GIANLUIGI GUERCIA/AFP/Getty Images)
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January 15, 2013
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159521983
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GIANLUIGI GUERCIA / Staff
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