Source: Atlantic Council
Author: Mirette F. Mabrouk
Original Link: http://www.atlanticcouncil.org/blogs/menasource/the-president-s-scorecard
Egyptians are going to the polls to vote in a presidential election for the third time since the uprisings of 2011. The act of voting for a president who could, ostensibly, be voted out was a novelty. Hosni Mubarak served five six-year terms before stepping down in February of 2011, and Egyptians were keen on taking advantage of their new rights. This election, however, is likely to see a low turnout at the polls. The first reason is that it is viewed by many in Egypt as a referendum rather than an election…
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