|Shady al-Ghazali Hardb|
The changes to be voted on in Saturday's referendum include limiting presidential terms, easing restrictions on presidential candidates and bolstering judicial supervision of elections .
Egyptians will also vote on removing the president's right to order a military trial for civilians.
Others who have called for the referendum to be postponed or cancelled, include presidential candidates Amr Moussa, head of the Arab League, and Mohamed ElBaradei, former chief of the UN nuclear watchdog, who say it is not enough merely to fiddle with the constitution. Also the lkeftist Tagammu Party has called on voters to rejects the amandments. The former ruling National Democratic Party and the Muslim Brotherhood have called for a "yes" vote on Saturday.