Egypt crisis: Mohammed Mursi tries to defuse tension
Egyptian President Mohammed Mursi has sought to defuse a crisis over efforts to extend his own powers, during talks with senior judges.
Mr Mursi told them that a decree banning challenges to his decisions would stand, but that it would be limited in scope, his spokesman said.
The decree has led to violent unrest, and opponents will hold new protests on Tuesday to demand its withdrawal.
However, Mr Mursi's Muslim Brotherhood has called off its own rival rally, saying it wanted to avoid tension.