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Egypt’s 'Couch Party' Silent on Third Day of Polls

As voting in Egypt's presidential elections winds down, residents say the silent majority has spoken by not showing up to the polls.   During the 2011 revolution, activists on the streets jokingly referred to Egyptians who stayed home as the ‘Hizb al-Kanaba’ or ‘The Couch Party.’ The name stuck and it applies to most Egyptians who want to live their lives, feed their families and do not care all that much who occupies the presidential palace.   Abdelrahman Hany is the...

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