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Egyptians Take to the Streets Ahead of Constitution Votei
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Elizabeth Arrott
December 12, 2012
Egypt is set to hold a referendum on a new constitution starting Saturday - a vote that has polarized the nation. VOA's Elizabeth Arrott and Japhet Weeks talked to people on both sides of the divide.

Egyptians Take to the Streets Ahead of Constitution Vote

Elizabeth Arrott

Published December 12, 2012

Egypt is set to hold a referendum on a new constitution starting Saturday - a vote that has polarized the nation. VOA's Elizabeth Arrott and Japhet Weeks talked to people on both sides of the divide.


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