Egypt election: How will you vote?

People in Egypt will go to the polls on 26 May to vote for a new president.

The country has been in turmoil since former President Hosni Mubarak's three decades of one-man rule was ended in the uprising of 2011.

There are two candidates standing in the election - former head of Egypt's armed forces, Abdul Fattah al-Sisi, and Hamdeen Sabahi a prominent left-wing politician and leader of the Egyptian Popular Current movement.

Here, Egyptians have been sharing their views with the BBC about the forthcoming polls.

Wael Eskandar, blogger and activist, Cairo

Wael Eskandar plans to vote for Hamdeen Sabahi

Rasha Raouf, English teacher, Alexandria

Rasha Raouf is backing Abdul Fattah al-Sisi

Ahmed Kadry, PhD student, London

Ahmed says he will boycott the election

Ahmed El-Damaty, researcher at Al Minufiyah University, Al Minufiyah

Ahmed El-Damaty believes Egypt already has a legitimate president

Ahmed Ammar, engineer, Cairo

Ahmed Ammar thinks the election will not be fair

Produced by Mamdouh Akbiek

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