Interactive: Who Will Lead Egypt?
Some of the Players in the Running
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.
Photo Credit: Photos from AP Images except Hamdeen Sabahi, from flickr/elhamalawy
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