Egypt offers bribes to voters amid low turnout fears

Voters in Egypt have less than an hour to cast their ballots in the presidential election or risk a fine.

    Voters in Egypt have less than an hour to cast their ballots in the presidential election or risk a fine. It is the third and final day of voting, but authorities are concerned that turnout has been low, even though people are being offered money to cast their ballots.

    Al Jazeera's Hashem Ahelbarra reports.


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