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PHOTO GALLERY: Egyptian voters cast ballots on constitution draft for final day


Voters waiting to cast votes on constitution at a polling stations in Sayeda Zeinab, Cairo
An Egyptian voter inks his finger after casting his ballot
An Egyptian woman casts her ballot in Egypt's 2013 constitutional referendum.
An polling station in Sayyida Zeinab in Cairo
Egyptian women in front of an polling station in Sayyida Zeinab in Cairo
Egyptians line up to vote in the country's constitutional referendum
An Egyptian woman showing an soldier her ID before entering to the polling station
A woman casts her ballot on constitution in a polling station in Cairo
An Egyptian voter inks his finger after casting his ballot in constitutional referendum in Cairo
A woman casts her ballot on constitution in a polling station in Cairo
The final stage of constitutional referendum
A man casts his ballot on constitution in a polling station in Cairo
A ballot box on the second day of constitutional polls in Egypt
An army soldier helping an old woman to find her polling station
Voters carry pictures of Defense Minister General Abdel Fattah El-Sisi in a polling station in Cairo
Inside a polling station on the second day of Egypt's constitutional referendum
Jan
15

Egyptians vote on the second day of a referendum on extensive constitutional amendments to Egypt's 2012 constitution

All photos by Mai Shaheen

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