CNN PRODUCER NOTE arasquare says the majority of Egyptians who supported the revolution are unhappy with the current election candidates. 'They're forced to choose between an ex-regime candidate and a Muslim Brotherhood candidate, both don't represent the people's demands and dreams,' he says.
He says the people fear the return of Mubarak's regime. 'People have paid a big price to topple it, and they suffered for years from inequality, injustice, poverty, corruption... People don't want to go through all this again,' he says.
Demonstrations formed in the streets of Cairo, Egypt, on Friday, June 1, as people protested over the current regime, hours before an Egyptian judge spared the life of former Egyptian president, Hosni Mubarak. Arasquare says he fears Mubarak's regime will make a come back. 'Ahmed Shafik, the last prime minister appointed by Mubarak, should have been banned from taking part in the elections because of the political disenfranchisement law that bans all members of the old regime who had effective positions in Mubarak's regime,' he says.
'There's no new regime, it's the same.'
- Jareen, CNN iReport producer