Editorial, The New York Times | April 26, 2012
The highly anticipated Egyptian presidential election is just around the corner. ++ Although not without its problem, the parliamentary elections in February have been viewed by most Egyptians as legitimate. ++ The bar must be set much higher for the country’s presidential elections. ++ The situation thus far as spurred doubts about the legitimacy of the process, when the presidential election commission disqualified 10 of 23 candidates. ++ For the sake of bettering Egypt’s future, there must be a credible vote.