An Egyptian votes at a polling station in the Gamaliya suburb of Cairo on the first day of the presidential election May 26 in Cairo. (Jonathan Rashad/Getty Images)
With Egypt’s presidential elections May 26 and 27, debate about the value of international election observation has resurfaced. Sometimes, serious problems with elections become clear well ahead of election day. An electoral process may be structurally flawed or levels of political repression may be...
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