CAIRO — Egypt’s presidential election commission on Saturday
disqualified the top two Islamist contenders and the country’s former
spy chief, sending shock waves through the volatile political
establishment ahead of next month’s vote.
In all, the commission ruled 10 of the 23 presidential hopefuls
ineligible, triggering irate reactions from factions that could
mobilize mass protests and raising the prospect of renewed chaos that
could mar the country’s first democratic presidential election.
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