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NGO Dispute Means Fewer Monitors for Egypt Vote

VOA News
Monday, 21 May 2012

​​STATE DEPARTMENT - Egyptians go to the polls this week to choose their first democratically-elected president. A continuing legal dispute over the role of U.S. civil society groups means there will be fewer monitors to observe that vote. Egypt's historic presidential campaign comes to a close with the first round of voting to choose a new civilian leader. The Elections Commission says there will be monitors from the Arab League, the African Union, and the European Commission. ...
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