A supporter of presidential candidate Sabahi holds his poster beside a supporter of presidential candidate El Fotouh
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Cairo weighs-up presidential choice

Egypt goes to the polls on Wednesday and Thursday to elect a new president. The last person to hold that post was Hosni Mubarak, repeatedly re-elected by rigged voting from 1981 to 2005, and removed from office in February last year after nearly three weeks of mass demonstrations in Tahrir Square in Cairo.

The BBC's Hugh Sykes returns to the square to gauge the mood of Egypt's voters 15 months on from Mubarak's downfall.