Ahmed Shafik: The military man tied to Egypt's old regime who vows to restore order
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Ahmed Shafik: The military man tied to Egypt's old regime who vows to restore order

Cairo : Egypt | May 31, 2012 at 5:40 PM PDT
Source: The Globe & Mail
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EDT Egyptians face a stark choice as they vote later this month in a run-off election for their first-ever freely elected national leader. While a narrow majority of voters cast ballots for more moderate options, the two biggest vote-getters offer radically different visions for Egypt's future and... FULL ARTICLE AT The Globe & Mail
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People walk under a banner depicting a picture of former presidential candidate and Egypt's former Prime Minister Ahmed Shafiq in Cairo
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