This Is What's Happening In Egypt A Year After Its First Democratic Presidential Election

According to figures from protest leaders, nearly double the number of people who voted for Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi a year ago Sunday want him to step down.

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Morsi's critics say since he took office, the country has become more polarized between him and his Islamist allies pitted against seculars, liberals, moderate Muslims and Christians.

According to the Associated Press there is a sense that if the protests don't force Morsi out, the opposition will lose momentum. "Honestly, if (Sunday) is not a game changer, we might all just pack up our bags and leave," one blogger said.

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