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PHOTO GALLERY: Best pictures of Egypt's constitutional vote


A woman reacts while showing her ink-stained finger as she leaves a polling centre Reuters
Muslim man holding prayer beads stands next to a Coptic Christian wearing a cross Reurters
Muslim man holding prayer beads stands next to a Coptic Christian wearing a cross Reurters
Men queue outside a polling centre to vote Reuters
Men queue outside a polling centre to vote Reuters
Women chat as they wait outside a polling center Reuters
Seniors queue to vote at a school used as a polling station in Alexandria Reuters
Seniors queue to vote at a school used as a polling station in Alexandria Reuters
Egyptians queue as they wait to vote Reuters
Egyptian soldier stands guard during a referendum on the new Egyptian constitution Reuters
Egyptian soldier stands guard during a referendum on the new Egyptian constitution Reuters
Muslim man reads the Koran stands in line with a Coptic Christian wearing a cross Reuters
Muslim man reads the Koran stands in line with a Coptic Christian wearing a cross Reuters
An Egyptian woman casts her vote at a polling station Reuters
An Egyptian woman casts her vote at a polling station Reuters
People queue outside a polling centre to vote Reuters
An army soldier and police officer help a man in a wheelchair up the stairs, to vote Reuters
Women queue outside a polling centre to vote (Photo: Bassem EL-Zohgby)
Women queue outside a polling centre to vote (Photo: Bassem EL-Zohgby)
Women queue outside a polling centre to vote (Photo: Bassem EL-Zohgby)
(Photo: Zeinab el gundy)
(Photo: Zeinab el gundy)
A woman shows her ink-stained finger after casting her vote Reuters
Men queue outside a polling centre to vote Reuters
A woman dips her finger in ink after casting her vote Reuters
Egyptian soldier stands guard during a referendum on the new Egyptian constitution Reuters
Egyptian woman looks on as soldiers talk while standing guard during a referendum Reuters
Egyptian woman looks on as soldiers talk while standing guard during a referendum Reuters
An elderly woman (C) sits as she queues outside a polling center to vote Reuters
People queue outside a polling centre to vote Reuters
People queue outside a polling centre to vote Reuters
Dec
15

Registered voters in 10 out of Egypt's 27 governorates went to the polls on Saturday to either approve or reject a controversial draft constitution

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