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Morsy vs Shafiq

With the original Egyptian revolutionaries routed in both the parliamentary and presidential elections, the hapless citizens are now weighing the pros and cons of the two remaining presidential candidates -Mohamed Morsy, the Muslim Brotherhood candidate representing Egypt’s Islamic bloc, and Ahmed Shafiq, a former military man and the country’s former prime minister, who is widely seen as a remnant of the country’s last regime. CONTINUE READING

By Jonathan Rashad, Published Used Under Creative Commons Licence

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