6. This year, voters complained about the lack of a real campaign between the two candidates, Hamdeen Sabahi and Abdel Fattah el-Sisi. “We vote and vote and this country keeps getting worse and worse. So now I say, no more voting,” said one woman.
8. TV crews and journalists struggled to find voters – or boycotters – who could speak about what will happen next in Egypt. Most agreed that Sisi, who is widely expected to win the vote, will not be entering office with the mandate he had hoped for.