Egypt elections: Could rural votes decide result?


Egyptians are preparing to go to the polls in the first leadership vote since the toppling of President Mubarak.

His rule was brought to an end by a wave of protests in the capital's Tahrir Square, but could rural voters hold the key to the election?

Jon Leyne reports.

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