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The ruling Supreme Council of the Armed Forces moves up the date of the presidential election after criticism from protesters.
BEIRUT, Lebanon — Egypt will vote for a new president in May, the state-owned Egyptian newspaper Al-Ahram reported on Wednesday.
"Minister of Parliamentary Affairs and Local Development Mohammed Attiya told Al-Ahram that presidential elections would take place at the end of May but that the elections committee would set the date," Al-Ahram wrote.
Al Jazeera reported that candidates for president must declare by March 10, and then campaigning will last for 45 days.
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