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Now we find a major Middle East ally facing yet another political crisis opposition leaders.
Warning of more blood on the streets of Cairo.
As egyptians get ready to vote a new constitution starting this weekend.
And -- unity talks postpone at the last minute.
This conflict is far from over and it is not clear what direction this all important country takes.
Greg Palkot streams live at a -- -- now and what is the latest today Greg.
Hey bill -- we are just two days away from the first round of voting on that controversial draft a constitution.
And there are already signs of trouble critics have a different president Morrissey and his constitutional warning of bloodshed if the vote goes forward.
They are calling for a large protest behind -- -- and here's where.
As well as at the Presidential Palace at the same time more she's Muslim Brotherhood it's going up its supporters to protest at various locations.
And the Egyptian military will be coming out to mobilizing 120000.
Troops in the coming days remember the critics.
Paula constitution Islamist non inclusive supporters all of the presidents say they're just defending the gains of the revolution.
You know who's gonna win I think everybody -- watching us from around the world including you know right where you are -- -- which way this vote will go.
What is your sense after talking to people there.
The most analysts we've heard from we've seen say -- president -- he's constitution should -- may be behind a big margin.
His Muslim Brotherhood party is just too well organized they're already involved in a -- get out the vote effort already -- you're saying there could be.
Flawed involved with a vote.
Voting is already going on at the Egyptian embassies around the world Muslim Brotherhood operatives that we are told.
Busy there too helping at that vote.
Now it could be bill however and other factors behind this constitution going forward.
The folks here are just tired it -- that nearly two years since we were first here seeing the beginning of the unrest.
The economy's in bad shape.
The currency is hitting a six year low stock market being buffeted away from the noise here a few years where it elsewhere it is a big bustling country.
Just trying to get by.
You get on electric -- thank you back on the ground every Cairo headlines when we get them from there thank you Greg --
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