A man's alcohol stock is his kingdom.
The fractured country continues to wage war on itself.
People at the polling stations want stability, and they reckon that's what the referendum will bring.
The country's interim government are locking up hundreds of people every week.
It's gone from a weapon of the people, to a weapon of the state.
It was essentially Egypt in microcosm.
And things in Egypt only seem to be getting worse.
Egyptians celebrated a 40-year-old war by waging war on each other.
It was a fairly miserable 24 hours.
There are many in Egypt who'd rather the world didn't know about its problems.