Polls have closed in Egypt on the sixth round of voting since the fall of Hosni Mubarak nearly three years ago. The last few days have seen deadly clashes with supporters of the now-banned Muslim Brotherhood, but also a high turnout from those who are keen to elect the head of the army as president. What's next for political Islam in the Arab world's most populous state? And was Tahrir Square, and the first ever election of a civilian president in Egypt, a mere hiatus?
Produced and prepared by Anelise Borges, Haxie Meyers-Belkin and Christopher Davis
Member of "Democracy in Egypt" Movement
Assistant Professor, Cairo University
The Middle East Centre, Oxford University
France24 Correspondent in Cairo