After decades of autocratic rule, Egypt will hold its first post-revolt presidential election Wednesday and Thursday, with an expected run-off vote in June between the top two finishers. The race has been a showdown between leading Islamists and figures from former president Hosni Mubarak’s 29-year rule. Here is a look at five of the 13 candidates in the running:


Source: Associated Press | The Washington Post May 22, 2012
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