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How Washington engages with Egypt's next government could determine its stance in the post-Arab Spring era.
Months have passed since Mubarak was ousted, but Egyptians have not united against the remnants of his administration.
Some fear a "yes" vote on Saturday will stall the revolution; others fear voting "no" will keep the army on the streets.
There are many outstanding leaders ready to take the mantle, and lead Egypt into a new era of democratic rule.
The ruling party, army, internal security and an emerging business elite form the core of Hosni Mubarak's regime.
Credit given to a new generation for organising and leading street protests.
Alaa Bayoumi
Inspired by the Tunisian example, Egyptians take to the streets in their own protest. But can it last?
Alaa Bayoumi
Anger among Egypt's Coptic community runs deep with animosity manifested particularly in the new generation.
Alaa Bayoumi
Egyptian leader blames Israel for peace stalemate with Palestinians and warns against security by "occupation or arms".
For the first time, women will make up at least 12 per cent of the country's parliament thanks to a new quota system.
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