Voting has resumed in Egypt in a historic presidential election that broadly pits Islamist candidates against secularists rooted in former President Hosni Mubarak’s old guard panasonic lumix fotos herunterladen.
The government declared Thursday a holiday to give people more time to cast ballots.
But VOA correspondent Elizabeth Arrott says turnout in the Cairo area appears to be weaker Thursday, the second and final day of voting invitation cards for free.
“Anecdotally, it seems a little bit lighter than yesterday. One polling place …