With this week’s presidential election representing the end of the transition from a military to civilian government, many Egyptians will be watching not only the results but for a clean process as well.
Here, an Egyptian woman dips her finger in ink after voting in Cairo. Thirteen candidates are running in the first round of voting on Wednesday and Thursday.
“For the presidency, people are taking pride in the fact that they’re choosing a leader for the nation. And a lot of people have said that ‘this isn’t about me, this is about the entire country and how we’re perceived abroad,’” said Erin Cunningham of the GlobalPost.
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