Middle East

Egypt's presidency: How will you vote?

Waving the Egyptian flag in 2013 in Tahrir Square
Who will win the election?

Egyptians will vote later this month to choose their next president.

The first round of elections will be on 26-27 May.

If no candidate wins more than 50% in the first round of voting, a second round will be held on 16-17 June.

Egyptians abroad will vote between 15 and 19 May.

Egypt has suffered internal unrest since former President Hosni Mubarak's three decades of one-man rule was ended in the popular uprising of 2011.

Egyptian left-winger Hamdeen Sabahi will be the only challenger to ex-army chief Abdul Fattah al-Sisi in the forthcoming election.

Will you be voting in the Egyptian presidential elections? What are your expectations for the poll?

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