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A woman casts her vote at a primary school in El-Manyal, November 28, 2011. Photo: Jonathan Rashad

If Egyptians have been dizzied and dismayed by the merry-go-round of the presidential race, there is some solace in that at least this time, for the first time ever in an Arab Presidential election, no one knows what the result will be when voting begins on 23rd May. As much as it is fun and funny to watch this new sport of Egyptian politics (a year old and toddling now) farce is in danger of tipping into tragicomedy. As one Egyptian friend of…

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