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Fear and Voting in Cairo: Post-Mubarak polls open amid public anger

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Two days of voting are underway for Egyptians, as they decide on a president to replace Hosni Mubarak, who was toppled last year. But it's already been marred by bloodshed, with a policeman shot dead outside a polling station in Cairo. As for the vote itself, some who took to Tahrir Square to bring change say none of the candidates represent the revolution.

Political analyst Nabila Ramdani says the choice for Egyptians is mostly down to two options - and it's not even clear what powers the new President will even get.

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