Egyptian Elections Complicated By Controversy

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Soraya Sarhaddi Nelson, foreign correspondent, NPR
Tarek Masoud, assistant professor, Harvard's Kennedy School of Government

An election committee radically changed the shape of the race when it banned nearly half of the candidates, including three of the leading contenders. The election has been marked by controversy within Egypt and curiosity from without, and analysts say there is a lot at stake for Egyptians.

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