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May 23, 2012

EGYPT Elections News, May 23, 2012

Egypt's Presidential Elections: Free and a Free-for-All
TIME (blog)
Pete Muller / AP Soldiers stand guard as people search for their names outside a polling station in Cairo on May 23, 2012.Egyptians voted on Wednesday for pick a president in a wide open election that pits Islamists against men who served under...
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TIME (blog)
Faces in the crowd in Egypt's election
Seattle Post Intelligencer
AP, An Egyptian woman holds up her ink-stained finger as proof that she voted in the country's presidential election on Wednesday, May 23, 2012 in the Zamalek neighborhood of Cairo, Egypt. Determined to end decades of authoritarian rule, ...
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Voices of Egypt's voters in presidential elections
MiamiHerald.com
An Egyptian elderly man carries a boy as he casts his vote inside a polling station, in Giza, Egypt, Wednesday, May 23,2012. More than 15 months after autocratic leader Hosni Mubarak's ouster, Egyptians streamed to polling stations Wednesday to freely ...
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MiamiHerald.com
In Egypt, electing the future of Islam
Washington Post (blog)
By HA Hellyer Egyptians wait in a queue outside a polling station in Cairo onMay 23, 2012 during the country's first presidential election since a popular uprising toppled Hosni Mubarak. Egyptians vote in historic presidentialelections contested by ...
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In historic election, Egyptians cast votes for stability, Islam
Christian Science Monitor
By Kristen Chick, Correspondent / May 23, 2012 An Egyptianwoman votes during the first day of the presidential election in a polling station in Alexandria, Egypt, Wednesday, May 23.Egyptians went to the polls on Wednesday morning to elect a new ...
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Christian Science Monitor
Egyptians vote in first free presidential election
Washington Times
By Maggie Michael and Sarah El Deeb AP Former US President Jimmy Carter, center, observes the election process inside a polling station in the Sayeda Aisha neighborhood of Cairo, Egypt, Wednesday, May 23, 2012. (AP Photo/Thomas Hartwell) CAIRO (AP) ...
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Washington Times
Egypt Presidential Elections 2012: Timeline Of Egypt After Mubarak
Huffington Post
An Egyptian woman shows her inked finger after casting her vote inside a polling station, in Giza, Egypt, Wednesday, May 23, 2012. More than 15 months after autocratic leader Hosni Mubarak's ouster, Egyptians streamed to polling stations Wednesday to ...
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In historic election, Egyptians cast votes for stability, Islam (+video)
Christian Science Monitor
By Kristen Chick, Correspondent / May 23, 2012 An Egyptianman smiles as he waits in line to vote in the presidential electionWednesday, May 23, outside a polling station in Cairo. Nearly a year and a half after the revolution that ousted former ...
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Christian Science Monitor
Foreign Policy: A Possible End To Egypt's Revolution
NPR
by David Kenner Former Egyptian Arab League chief and presidential candidate Amr Mussa (2nd L) arrives at a polling station to vote in Cairo onMay 23, 2012, during the country's historic presidential election, the first since a popular uprising ...
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In Egypt presidential poll, fault lines even within families
Christian Science Monitor
The first day of voting in Egypt's historic presidential electionended with few reports of irregularities, but evidence of a nation divided over the right choice. By Kristen Chick, Correspondent /May 23, 2012 Two women show their inked fingers after ...
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Christian Science Monitor
10 Things to Know for Wednesday
Kansas City Star
AP An Egyptian woman votes during the first day of the presidential election in a polling station in Alexandria, Egypt, Wednesday, May 23, 2012. Egyptians went to the polls on Wednesday morning to elect a new president after the fall of ex-President ...
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Kansas City Star
A nation-by-nation look at Arab Spring's progress
Washington Times
AP An Egyptian woman casts her ballot in the country's presidential election on Wednesday, May 23, 2012, in the Zamalek neighborhood of Cairo, Egypt. The ballot, in Arabic, reads, “the Arab Republic of Egypt polling station for the presidency.
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Washington Times
Egyptians vote to rid nation of autocratic rule
U-T San Diego
A Navy officer stands guard as Egyptian women line up outside a polling station to cast their votes during the first day of the presidential elections in Alexandria, Egypt, Wednesday, May 23, 2012. Egyptians went to polls on Wednesday morning to elect ...
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No favorites in Egyptian vote, US says
UPI.com
Egyptian woman casts her vote at a polling station, in Zakazik 80 Kilometers (50 miles) north of Cairo, Egypt, Wednesday, May 23, 2012. Egyptians went to the polls on Wednesday morning to elect a new president after the fall of ex-President Hosni ...
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LIVE BLOG: Egyptians Push Reform in Landmark Election
Voice of America (blog)
A young voter shows with pride proof she took part in Egypt's first widely contested presidential election, May 23, 2012. (Yuli Weeks/VOA) Millions of Egyptians are waiting in long lines to cast ballots in the first truly contested presidential ...
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Voice of America (blog)
Previewing Egypt's 2012 Presidential Elections
Center For American Progress
An Egyptian election official counts boxes containing ballots for the presidential election at a court in Cairo, Egypt on May 22, 2012. By Brian Katulis | May 23, 2012 Egyptians head to the polls this week in the first round of historic presidential ...
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Center For American Progress
Why Egypt's presidential election matters
Huffington Post
AP | May 23, 2012 02:39 AM EST | Associated Press Egyptians on Wednesday and Thursday vote to elect their first president since the fall of Hosni Mubarak on Feb. 11, 2011 after 29 years of his authoritarian rule. A second round is likely to be held ...
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Egyptians picking new president in free election
Atlanta Journal Constitution
He was voted in several times, but those elections were generally regarded as blatantly rigged, and turnout was low. Ibrahim Ali, 74, stands outside a polling center in Maadi, a southern suburb of Cario, Egypt on Wednesday, May 23, 2012.
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Atlanta Journal Constitution
Egyptians chose leader in post-Mubarak election
Kitsap Sun
(AP Photo/Fredrik Persson) An Egyptian woman wearing an Islamic Niqab, or face veil, walks under banners supporting Presidential candidate Ahmed Shafiq in Cairo, Egypt, Tuesday, May 22, 2012. The May 23-24 presidentialelection is the first since last ...
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Egyptians Vote in Post-Mubarak Election
TIME
By AP / SARAH EL DEEB and MAGGIE MICHAEL Wednesday, May 23, 2012(CAIRO) — Nearly a year and a half after the ouster of autocratic leader Hosni Mubarak, millions of Egyptians lined up for hours outside polling stations Wednesday to freely choose a ...
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Need to Know News: Morgan Stanley investigated over Facebook IPO; Egyptvotes ...
CNN (blog)
For May 23, 2012 – Morgan Stanley investigated over Facebook IPO, Egyptvotes in historic election and a passenger's implant claim triggers flight diversion... • Egypt votes in historic election: "One of the world's oldest civilizations took a major ...
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One giant leap for democracy in Egypt
Macleans.ca
by Michael Petrou on Wednesday, May 23, 2012 11:36am - 0 Comments Former Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak's overthrow last February, following massive protests in Cairo's Tahrir Square, was stunning in its seemingly definitive resolution: the people ...
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Macleans.ca
Egypt elections: Sharia can support democracy
Christian Science Monitor
By Mahmood Delkhasteh and Hassan Rezaei / May 23, 2012Moderate Islamist, Abdel-Moneim Abolfotoh, left, and former foreign minister, Amr Moussa squared off over the role of Islam in government on Egypt's first televised presidential debate in Cairo, ...
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Christian Science Monitor
As Egypt votes, excitement and long lines mark the day
GlobalPost
Roughly 52 million Egyptians are eligible to vote today in the first round of balloting to select a president to replace ousted Hosni Mubarak. Egyptians, both young and old, fill out their ballots in Egypt's presidential election onMay 23, 2012 in ...
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Undecided make Egyptian election hard to call
The Daily Star
Two of them are likely to go into June run-offs after the May 23-24 vote, the first presidential election since an uprising toppled Mubarak in February 2011. Former Foreign Minister and Arab League chief Amr Moussa has ranked first in weekly surveys ...
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The Daily Star
Blogs10 new results for egypt election MAY 23, 2012
Plenty of variables in Egypt's election - Spokesman.com - May 23 ...
CAIRO – Egypt has experienced many historic events since Hosni Mubarak was toppled from the presidency 446 days ago, but today marks a true first – the first presidential election in Egypt's history where voters don't already know who the ...
Spokesman.com: Nation/World stories
Egypt's Youth and Today's Historic Presidential Election - The ...
By feedback@thetakeaway.org (WNYC and PRI)
History will be made in Egypt today, and the country's political future will be determined. Egyptians are heading to the ...
The Takeaway from WNYC and PRI
Voting Begins in Historic Egypt Election « Carter Center Blog ...
By The Carter Center
In a country holding its first real election after decades of dictatorship under one person, that hope means a lot. President Carter and Carter Center witnesses are welcomed into a polling station by the presiding judge on Wednesday, May 23.
The Carter Center Blog
Egypt Elections: Egyptians Head To The Polls To Pick A President ...
By The Huffington Post News Editors
An Egyptian man casts his ballot inside a polling station in Cairo on May 23,2012, during the country's historic presidential election, the first since a popular uprising toppled Hosni Mubarak. (Photo by MARCO LONGARI/AFP/GettyImages) ...
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Kids News and News Articles for Kids - GoGoNews - Egypt's Election
By GoGo
Egypt's ElectionMay 232012 – Today Egypt's first free election in 5000 years began this morning at 8 a.m. local time. "Free election" means that this is an election that will be fair and accurate without any interference or cheating on behalf of ...
GoGoNews
Urtak Blog: Egyptian Elections
By Lanbo
May 232012 ... Over a year after the events of Tahrir Square, Egypt is holding its first free presidential elections. Lacking ... With a dozen candidates on the docket, nobody is willing to make predictions about how these electionswill turn out.
Urtak Blog
Egyptian election: who represents the working class? « Shiraz ...
By charliethechulo
May 232012 at 7:17 am (Cross-post, Egyptelections, unions, workers) ... If the TUC lends its political support in elections for a candidate, a party, or a movement, you can claim with some confidence a candidacy “endorsed by workers.” ...
Shiraz Socialist
World News - 'We want to live ... like human beings': Egyptians vote ...
By Ian Johnston, msnbc.com
Mubarak ruled Egypt for some 30 years – earning the nickname “Pharoah” – and elections during that time were thinly attended and any result was a foregone conclusion. The election will .... 6 votes. #1.1 - Wed May 2320126:10 AM EDT ...
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Egypt on the Eve of Elections: Economy, Democracy Are Both ...
By Pew Global Attitudes Project
By Richard Wike, Associate Director, Pew Global Attitudes Project On the eve of the first presidential election of the post-Mubarak era, Egyptians remain. ...Home · Survey Reports · Commentary · Datasets · Media Mentions · Indicators Database · About. Your Name Your E-mail Address Your Friend's E-mail Address If you are human, leave this blank.http://www.pewglobal.org/2012/05/23/egypt-on-the-eve-of-elections-economy-democracy-are-both-priorities/. Released: May 232012 ...
Pew Global Attitudes Project
Egyptians Vote in Historic Presidential Election -- By Mary Caey and ...
By casey.marye
Posted By Mary Casey, Jennifer Parker Wednesday, May 232012 - 9:13 AM Share. Egyptians began voting at 8:00 a.m. in the first free presidentialelection in the country's history. Although some polling stations opened up late and minimal ...
The Middle East Channel
Web10 new results for egypt election MAY 23, 2012
Egyptians Go to Polls in Landmark Presidential Election
On Eve of Egyptian Vote, Crime Wave Is the Main Topic (May 23, 2012). Times Topic: Egypt News — Presidential Elections, May 2012 · World Twitter Logo.
www.nytimes.com/2012/05/.../egypt-presidential-election.html
Egypt Elections - May 23, 2012 - 19:43 | Al Jazeera Blogs
Wed, 23 May 2012, 17:43 GMT+3 - Egypt Elections. Our correspondents in Cairo, Alexandria and Suez send in this update on the latest in Egypt'spresidential ...
blogs.aljazeera.net/liveblog/egypt-elections-may-23-2012-1943
Economy trumps religion in Egypt's election | World | DW.DE | 23.05 ...
'The program that has been used in Greece has failed' 23.05.2012 ... The presidential elections in Egypt, scheduled for May 23 and 24, are taking place under ...
www.dw.de/dw/article/0,,15963502,00.html
Plenty of variables in Egypt's election - Spokesman.com - May 23 ...
Results a month away. Following decades of fixed elections, Egyptianvoters will begin choosing today from an unimaginable range of 13 presidential...
www.spokesman.com/.../plenty-of-variables-in-egypts-election...
Egyptians picking new president in free election - The Denver Post
Egyptians picking new president in free election. By The Associated Press Associated Press. Posted: 05/23/2012 11:06:18 AM MDT. May 23, 2012 5:8 PM ...
www.denverpost.com/.../egyptians-picking-new-president-free...
Faces in the crowd in Egypt's election - Associated Press
AAA May. 23, 2012 2:13 PM ET Faces in the crowd in Egypt's election. By The Associated Press · THE ASSOCIATED PRESS STATEMENT OF NEWS VALUES ...
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Faces in the crowd in Egypt's election
An Egyptian woman holds up her ink-stained finger as proof that she voted in the country's presidential election on Wednesday, May 23, 2012 in the Zamalek ...
www.chron.com/.../Faces-in-the-crowd-in-Egypt-s-election-35...
AP Photos: Voters excited over Egypt's election | UTSanDiego.com
Abdullah Ali, 82, poses for a portrait after casting his ballot at a polling station Al Saff, Giza Province, Egypt on Wednesday, May 23, 2012. On Wednesday...
www.utsandiego.com/.../ap-photos-voters-excited-over-egypts...
Election Day: 'Finally, Egypt is born' - CNN.com
Election Day: 'Finally, Egypt is born'. From Ben Wedeman and Richard Allen Greene, CNN. updated 2:18 PM EDT, Wed May 23, 2012. Click to play ...
www.cnn.com/2012/05/23/world/africa/egypt.../index.html
Egypt's Historic Presidential Election | PBS NewsHour | May 23 ...
Egyptians chose among old regime, Islamist and secular candidates in their first presidential ... May 23, 2012. Tweet. Egypt's Historic PresidentialElection ...
www.pbs.org/newshour/multimedia/egypt052312/index.html
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