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Smart there right now there is a lot of excitement on the streets hearing Cairo 52.
Million eligible voters here in Egypt and a lot of more on the streets today long lines that they.
Polling stations all over -- -- in the United States we take for granted a free and fair election but.
These guys are really trying hard to do their level best provide that to the Egyptian people here and it is -- difficult of course to pull off lines right now around two hours long.
-- candidate out of this election of which there are about a dozen.
Will be whittled down to the top two they will then go in.
To a runoff election it is widely thought that the Muslim Brotherhood leader Mohamed more seat he's going to be one of those two.
In the runoff election if that happens the Muslim Brotherhood as the potential to not only control the parliament but also to control.
The presidential ceded that many egyptians here many of the more moderate and secular.
Egyptians fear it would turn Egypt into a potential Islamic states on the other hand we could have a situation where the former prime minister who served in the Mubarak administration.
Get on that final ticket and that -- that could result in even more violence here at least according to the revolutionaries we've talked to.
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