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28 Nov 2010 06:20 GMT | Middle East, Egypt
As voters in Egypt head to the polls on Sunday for parliamentary elections, the ruling National Democratic Party is widely expected to win the most seats.
The opposition has accused the government of intimidating and harassing candidates, especially those affiliated to the Muslim Brotherhood.
Al Jazeera's Jacky Rowland reports from Alexandria.
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