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In pictures: Egypt votes
After 16 months of military rule, Egyptians head to the polls to elect a president.
Last Modified: 23 May 2012 15:04


Amr Nabil/AP
Egyptians hold posters showing activists who were killed during clashes following the January 25 revolution in Cairo. Nearly a year and a half after the ouster of Hosni Mubarak, millions of Egyptians lined up for hours outside polling stations to vote in the first of the two-day presidential election.


Ahmed Ali/AP
Egyptian men wait outside a polling center with Arabic writing on the outside that reads "down with military rule" in Imbaba neighborhood in Cairo. There are some fifty million Egyptians eligible to cast ballots over the next two days.


Pete Muller/AP
A self-proclaimed independent volunteer helps voters to locate the appropriate polling centre in Maadi, a southern suburb of Cairo. Not all voters possess the technological capability to locate their correct polling centre.


Matthew Cassel/Al Jazeera
Women stand in a queue as they wait to cast their votes in the first round of the presidential elections in Alexandria. If no candidate wins more than 50 per cent of the vote, there will be a runoff on June 16 and 17.


Amr Nbail/AP
An Egyptian military soldier tries to organise voters inside a voting station in Cairo. Both police officers and soldiers are providing security for the election, though judges make decisions inside the polling centres. So far, few incidents have been reported.


Ahmed Almekdamy/AP
Candidate Amr Moussa, the former Secretary-General of the Arab League, stands in line to cast his vote in Cairo.


AMEL PAIN/EPA
An Egyptian woman looks at her ballot before making her choice. There are 13 candidates to choose from in the first round of the elections.


Matthew Cassel/Al Jazeera
A woman in Alexandria holds up her ink-marked hand to show that she voted.


Ahmed Gomaa/AP
Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood presidential candidate Mohammed Morsi goes to cast his ballot in Zakazik.


Pete Muller/AP
Egyptian voters wait in long queues in Maadi, a southern suburb of Cairo. Early indications predict that voter turnout will top 60 per cent.



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Egyptians hold posters showing activists who were killed during clashes following the January 25 revolution in Cairo. Nearly a year and a half after the ouster of Hosni Mubarak, millions of Egyptians lined up for hours outside polling stations to vote in the first of the two-day presidential election.;*;Egyptian men wait outside a polling center with Arabic writing on the outside that reads "down with military rule" in Imbaba neighborhood in Cairo. There are some fifty million Egyptians eligible to cast ballots over the next two days. ;*;A self-proclaimed independent volunteer helps voters to locate the appropriate polling centre in Maadi, a southern suburb of Cairo. Not all voters possess the technological capability to locate their correct polling centre. ;*;Women stand in a queue as they wait to cast their votes in the first round of the presidential elections in Alexandria. If no candidate wins more than 50 per cent of the vote, there will be a runoff on June 16 and 17.;*;An Egyptian military soldier tries to organise voters inside a voting station in Cairo. Both police officers and soldiers are providing security for the election, though judges make decisions inside the polling centres. So far, few incidents have been reported. ;*;Candidate Amr Moussa, the former Secretary-General of the Arab League, stands in line to cast his vote in Cairo.;*;An Egyptian woman looks at her ballot before making her choice. There are 13 candidates to choose from in the first round of the elections. ;*;A woman in Alexandria holds up her ink-marked hand to show that she voted.;*;Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood presidential candidate Mohammed Morsi goes to cast his ballot in Zakazik.;*;Egyptian voters wait in long queues in Maadi, a southern suburb of Cairo. Early indications predict that voter turnout will top 60 per cent. Daylife ID:
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Egyptians hold posters showing activists who were killed during clashes following the January 25 revolution in Cairo. Nearly a year and a half after the ouster of Hosni Mubarak, millions of Egyptians lined up for hours outside polling stations to vote in the first of the two day Presidential election.

Wed, 23 May 2012 00:00:00 GMThttp://aljazeera.smartgalleries.net/gallery/Egypt-goes-to-the-polls?image_id=07m22IOe0keqFAmr NabilAPAl Jazeera Upload Images

Egyptians hold posters showing activists who were killed during clashes following the January 25 revolution in Cairo. Nearly a year and a half after the ouster of Hosni Mubarak, millions of Egyptians lined up for hours outside polling stations to vote in the first of the two day Presidential election.

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Egyptian men wait outside a polling center with Arabic writing on the outside that reads "down with military rule" in Imbaba neighborhood in Cairo. There are some fifty million Egyptians eligible to cast ballots over the next two days.

Wed, 23 May 2012 00:00:00 GMThttp://aljazeera.smartgalleries.net/gallery/Egypt-goes-to-the-polls?image_id=0bX9em970pgy7Ahmed AliAPAl Jazeera Upload Images

Egyptian men wait outside a polling center with Arabic writing on the outside that reads "down with military rule" in Imbaba neighborhood in Cairo. There are some fifty million Egyptians eligible to cast ballots over the next two days.

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A self-proclaimed, independent volunteer helps voters to locate the appropriate polling center in Maadi, a southern suburb of Cario. Not all voters possess the technological capability, internet and SMS text message services, to locate their correct polling center.

Wed, 23 May 2012 00:00:00 GMThttp://aljazeera.smartgalleries.net/gallery/Egypt-goes-to-the-polls?image_id=0bU4aFF8t1eHnPete MullerAPAl Jazeera Upload Images

A self-proclaimed, independent volunteer helps voters to locate the appropriate polling center in Maadi, a southern suburb of Cario. Not all voters possess the technological capability, internet and SMS text message services, to locate their correct polling center.

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Women stand in a queue as they wait to cast their votes in the first round of the presidential elections In Alexandria. If no candidate wins over 50 per cent of the vote, there will be a runoff on June 16 and 17.

Wed, 23 May 2012 00:00:00 GMThttp://aljazeera.smartgalleries.net/gallery/Egypt-goes-to-the-polls?image_id=094L8Jncnf27CMatthew CasselAl JazeeraAl Jazeera Upload Images

Women stand in a queue as they wait to cast their votes in the first round of the presidential elections In Alexandria. If no candidate wins over 50 per cent of the vote, there will be a runoff on June 16 and 17.

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An Egyptian military soldier tries to organise voters inside a voting station in Cairo. Both police officers and soldiers are providing security for the election, though judges make decisions inside the polling centres. So far, few incidents have been reported.

Wed, 23 May 2012 00:00:00 GMThttp://aljazeera.smartgalleries.net/gallery/Egypt-goes-to-the-polls?image_id=0c4p4zA45xf2UAmr NbailAPAl Jazeera Upload Images

An Egyptian military soldier tries to organise voters inside a voting station in Cairo. Both police officers and soldiers are providing security for the election, though judges make decisions inside the polling centres. So far, few incidents have been reported.

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Candidate Amr Moussa, the former Secretary-General of the Arab League, stands in line to cast his vote in Cairo.

Wed, 23 May 2012 00:00:00 GMThttp://aljazeera.smartgalleries.net/gallery/Egypt-goes-to-the-polls?image_id=04T5ekKcxRbDUAhmed AlmekdamyAPAl Jazeera Upload Images

Candidate Amr Moussa, the former Secretary-General of the Arab League, stands in line to cast his vote in Cairo.

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An Egyptian woman looks at her ballot before making her choice. There are 13 candidates to choose from in the first round of the elections.

Wed, 23 May 2012 09:10:00 GMThttp://aljazeera.smartgalleries.net/gallery/Egypt-goes-to-the-polls?image_id=088acb54AH4CuAMEL PAINEPAEPA Images

An Egyptian woman looks at her ballot before making her choice. There are 13 candidates to choose from in the first round of the elections.

Egyptians vote in presidential elections
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A woman in Alexandria holds up her ink-marked hand to show that she voted.

Wed, 23 May 2012 00:00:00 GMThttp://aljazeera.smartgalleries.net/gallery/Egypt-goes-to-the-polls?image_id=01cY7y2f6igdwMatthew CasselAl JazeeraAl Jazeera Upload Images

A woman in Alexandria holds up her ink-marked hand to show that she voted.

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Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood presidential candidate Mohammed Morsi goes to cast his ballot in Zakazik.

Wed, 23 May 2012 00:00:00 GMThttp://aljazeera.smartgalleries.net/gallery/Egypt-goes-to-the-polls?image_id=0cdQbqlb9Y62gAhmed GomaaAPAl Jazeera Upload Images

Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood presidential candidate Mohammed Morsi goes to cast his ballot in Zakazik.

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Egyptian voters wait in long queues in Maadi, a southern suburb of Cario. Early indications predict that voter turnout will be over 60 per cent.

Wed, 23 May 2012 00:00:00 GMThttp://aljazeera.smartgalleries.net/gallery/Egypt-goes-to-the-polls?image_id=01tEgDzbP31AwPete MullerAPAl Jazeera Upload Images

Egyptian voters wait in long queues in Maadi, a southern suburb of Cario. Early indications predict that voter turnout will be over 60 per cent.

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