As Egyptians shuffled along in the queues to the ballot box this week, they did so with a sense of déjà vu. They were voting for a new constitution, the third in three years.
Since the demonstrations in Tahrir Square ushered in the end of Husni Mubarak in February 2011 the country has been in turmoil, and its population has repeatedly been asked to choose or legitimize a successor regime. With no improvements to their everyday lives, people have become increasingly weary of the walk to the polling station. (CONTINUED - 2336 WORDS)