An increasingly divided Egypt went to the polls Saturday to vote on a controversial constitutional referendum proposed by President Mohamed Morsi and the Muslim Brotherhood. "The path to the referendum has been marred by violent incidents on both sides as well as extensive institutional and political power struggles," as opponents feel the rushed document has "subtle wording that limits rights and gives too much political power to religious figures and institutions."
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