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PHOTO GALLERY: Egypt's first post-revolution presidential elections


Presidential candidate Abul-Fotouh casts his vote (Photo: Bassam El-Zoghbi)
Presidential candidate Amr Moussa casts his vote (Photo: Elsayed sbdel Kader)
Presidential candidate Mohamed Sliem El Awaa casts his vote (Photo: Hashem Aboul Emayem)
An elderly man voting in a school in Sayyida Zeinab. (Photo: Mai Shaheen)
A polling station at a school in Sayyida Zeinab.(Photo: Mai Shaheen)
A woman who has just voted at a polling station.(Photo: Mai Shaheen)
A queue of voters at a school in Garden City. (Photo: Mai Shaheen)
A queue of women voters at a school in Sayyida Zeinab.(Photo: Mai Shaheen)
A woman voting. (Photo: Mai Shaheen)
A ballot box. (Photo: Mai Shaheen)
Young people voting. (Photo: Mai Shaheen)
A woman who has just voted. (Photo: Mai Shaheen)
An elderly women voting in a school in Sayyida Zeinab. (Photo: Mai Shaheen)
An elderly man voting in a school in Sayyida Zeinab. (Photo: Mai Shaheen)
A queue of voters at a school in Mounira. (Photo: Mai Shaheen)
A woman voting. (Photo: Mai Shaheen)
A woman voting (Photo: Mai Shaheen)
Egyptian presidential candidate Amr Moussa (2nd R) stands in line before casting his vote (Reuters)
Women line up waiting to cast their vote at a polling station in Cairo (Reuters)
Women line up waiting to cast their vote at a polling station in Cairo (Reuters)
Security personnel guard the entrance to a polling station in Cairo (Reuters)
A woman is helped by soldiers during presidential elections in Alexandria (Reuters)
Egyptian presidential candidate Abdel-Moneim Abul-Fotouh, second from right, prays.
Egyptians line up to vote in the presidential election (AP)
May
23

Some 50 million registered Egyptian voters will head to the polls Wednesday and Thursday to elect the country's first-ever democratically elected head of state

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