People Vote in Egypt Constitution Referendum

CAIRO, EGYPT – MARCH 19: People queue up and wait to vote, show the ink on their fingers as proof of voting and hold up their identity cards in the constitution referendum on March 19, 2011 in London, England. 77 percent of the electoral voted in the constitutional referendum following the Egyptian revolution and 78 percent voted in favour of wide ranging democratic reform, including limiting the presidency to two four-year terms.

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