Who Do the Young, Liberals and Women Vote For in Egypt?
The BBC in this report describes the two candidates thus.
Mohammed Mursi, head of the Muslim Brotherhood’s political wing, is up against Ahmed Shafiq, former President Hosni Mubarak’s last prime minister.
In the UK, it would be the equivalent of choosing between a Catholic Archbishop and Len McCluskey of UNITE or Bob Diamond of Barclays.
We’d certainly be on the streets protesting.