Egypt: Campaign Violations Continue on Second Day


Amid reports of party supporters violating the ban on campaigning at polling stations, the Presidential Elections Committee has warned that it holds the power to suspend any candidate proven to be involved in electoral bribery.

Former U.S. President Carter watches as poll workers check a voter's ID.

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A man casts his ballot at a Cairo polling station.

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A woman waits in line for her turn to vote in Egypt's first elections. (file photo)

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