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Ballots for Egypt's presidential elections are seen in a ballot box at a polling station in Cairo

Amid confusion and political turmoil, Egyptians went to the polls to determine who will serve as Egypt’s next president – the Muslim Brotherhood’s candidate, Mohamed Morsi, or the Mubarak-era prime minister, Ahmed Shafiq. Even though Morsi already declared himself the winner and Egypt’s ruling military council has asserted broad powers in the country, many questions remain. Follow our team and crowdsourced coverage below.

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Cecily Hilleary

Cecily began her reporting career in the 1990s, covering US Middle East policy for Dubai-TV English. She has lived and/or worked in the Middle East, North Africa and Gulf regions, consulting and producing for several regional radio and television networks and production houses, including MBC, Al-Arabiya, the former Emirates Media Incorporated and Al-Ikhbaria. She brings to VOA and MEV a keen understanding of the region's top social, cultural and political issues.

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