Egypt's Nour Party has called on Islamist parties not to field candidates in the coming presidential elections and to instead focus on parliamentary polls.
Revolution Path Front, bringing together well-known revolutionaries, activists and writers, will work towards continuing Egypt's 2011 revolution.
Egypt would benefit most from a president who does not hail from the military.
Some liberal experts have raised concerns about whether the draft text of the constitution really supports the principle of a civil state.
Experts disagree on legal ramifications of Monday's verdict banning all activities of Egypt's 85-year-old Islamist group.
Muslim Brotherhood and its NGO banned by a court in Cairo, leaving Islamist group with no legal status.
Yasser El-Borhami denounces proposed removal of Islamic articles from constitution by 'liberal/leftist-dominated committee'.
Egypt's post-Morsi constitution drafting to be finalized in November, says committee's spokesman.
Clashes broke out in Suez during a pro-Morsy march in Arbaeen Square between supporters of ousted President Mohamed Morsy and anti-Morsy demonstrators.
The Salafi Da'wa and its Nour Party will not nominate a candidate to contest the upcoming presidential elections, said Salafi Da'wa vice president.