The stage is set for the Presidential Election in Egypt.

The three days of voting will begin on Monday to elect a new president in an election expected to produce a landslide for the sitting president.

There are few doubts that incumbent Abdul Fattah al-Sisi will win after most opposition candidates withdrew.

The only other candidate is little-known centrist politician Mousa Mostafa Mousa.

But Mr Mousa is known to be a supporter of the current leader, and has said he supports Mr Sisi's re-election.

Egypt, population 84 million, is the largest Arab country and has played a central role in Middle Eastern politics in modern times.

Seven candidates initially put themselves forward for the presidency but the majority of these have withdrawn from the race.

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