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Interactive: Who Will Lead Egypt?

Some of the Players in the Running

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Egyptians have toppled the long-ruling Mubarak government and begun to dismantle the police state he maintained. But much remains to be done. Voters will go to the polls this fall to elect a new president, but whoever wins will have a fractious and complex political space to unite and lead.

Here’s a look at some of the players who may decide how Egypt will reshape itself in the years to come.

«Click on the names at left to learn more about them.






Photo Credit: Photos from AP Images except Hamdeen Sabahi, from flickr/elhamalawy

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