Numbers of Egyptians who are unhappy with the current cabinet climbed in recent months, but respondents remain optimistic about the economy.
An official says the number of eligible voters has risen since the 2012 referendum under Morsi, whose supporters have declared they would campaign for a boycott
Alleged Islamist militant suspect Abou Khaled shot dead by Egyptian army in Sinai's Rafah, says military spokesman Tuesday.
Hani Mamdouh said the referendum on the draft constitution will be held in mid-January in every governorate over a period of two days.
Muslim Brotherhood sources said the group would recognize the new constitution if more than 35 million citizens participated in the referendum.
Amendments include more rights and freedoms, greater autonomy for the military, judiciary and the possibility to withdraw confidence from the president.
A military Spokesperson offered condolences on behalf of the armed forces over the death of an engineering administration officer in a road accident.
Liberal party founded by Mohamed ElBaradei urges participation in constitution vote, repeats support for roadmap.
Party founded by Abdel-Moneim Abul-Fotouh lists measures it deems essential for free and fair constitution referendum.
Egypt's Al-Gamaa Al-Islamiya condemns the trial of liberal activists for protesting, despite the group's previous condemnation of protests by the same activists