Egypt: Constitution changes pass in referendum

U.S Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton arrives at the Elysee palace for a crisis summit on Libya, in Paris, Saturday, March, 19, 2011. Britain and France took the lead in plans to enforce a no-fly zone over Libya on Friday, sending British warplanes to the Mediterranean and announcing a crisis summit in Paris with the U.N. and Arab allies. (AP photo/Remy de la Mauviniere)

March 20, 2011 2:16:49 PM PDT
Egyptian voters overwhelmingly approved changes in the constitution, opening the way for parliamentary and presidential elections within months, according to final results from a landmark referendum announced Sunday. Opponents fear the swift timetable could boost the fundamentalist Muslim Brotherhood and members of the former ruling party.