Where they stand – Egyptian candidates Shafiq and Mursi


Egypt’s presidential hopefuls, Mubarak-era figure Ahmed Shafiq and Muslim Brotherhood (MB) candidate Muhammed Mursi, reveal – in their own words – where they stand on key issues likely to influence voters in the second round of elections on 16 and 17 June.

The article gives the perspective from both parties and where they stand in regards to the big issues such as politics, Islam, Copts, Isreal/USA, Economy and poverty, Security as well as Health and Education.

See both sides at: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-africa-18296326

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