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Today I voted in the presidential election of Egyptian

My hand of blue ink after the election

Today is May 24, 2012 the second day of the presidential elections of Egypt, Egypt Taatnkhb its president after the revolution kept by many of the martyrs, and elections have very much appetite of the people should cast votes Sndik.

I cast my solemn vote today and I saw the order in everything around me I did not imagine the committee! The tightening of security at the entrances and exits of the electoral commissions, and others Arushdonk guidance and posters, I am really proud of Egyptian !,I do not forget today's experience, we never make the future of Egypt and its history in our hands.

We bear witness to that and be proud of as we call to the martyrs, because they are the owners of the credit for that, hopes that every Egyptian lead his duty faithfully, know their rights very well, and can be expressed as the curtain was removed and we knew freedom and democracy.

Despite the irregularities after the election and break the silence, but the experience of successful sphincter and my point of view so far, a percentage of honorable and hopeful for a better future.

This is why the first experience and I think it will be repeated a lot !! :) :)


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Lobna - thank you for sharing

Lobna - thank you for sharing your experience at this pivotal moment in history. I hope you continue to share your experiences and views, and that you and your fellow citizens build a better future for Egypt!

Thank you for writing are followed, and will try to register all personal experiences about a defining moment in Egyptian history, I guess that after many years Read Makint will write it during the events and I remember I did not reader of history, but a corrupt officials.

I hope that what I write always followers!


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