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With Egypt's first democratic elections since the fall of Hosni Mubarak now less than a day away, voter confusion and the complexity of the process threaten to undermine the balloting -- assuming, that is, that renewed unrest doesn't sideline voting altogether.

International election experts, from groups like the National Democratic Institute (NDI), the International Republican Institute and the Carter Center, have expressed concern, shared by many in Egypt, that their participation might offer false legitimacy to an inherently flawed process.

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