Opposition has mounted against unfair election practices in Egypt’s constitutional referendum. Woman without veils – Muslim and Christian -- have reported that they were not allowed to vote in the election.
Reports of other polling violations have also been rampant, after the Muslim Brotherhood’s Islamist president Mohammed Morsi claimed a 57 percent majority in the first round of voting held last Saturday.
Secular opponents of Morsi say that judges – required at polling stations – were not always present. Instead, civilian Muslim Brotherhood supporters were seen officiating at the polls, as well as campaigning inside polling stations (another election violation.
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