The majority of voters approved the new Egyptian Constitution, but turnout was low and it's not likely to solve many of Egypt's pressing problems.
Egypt's constitutional referendum, which wraps up today, is taking the country further away from democracy. Many Egyptians seem just fine with that.
Nour al-Deen, who works in a coffee shop in a working class Cairo neighborhood, supported the 2011 ouster of Egypt's military-backed dictator Hosni Mubarak. Now he regrets it.
Sally Toma was in the forefront of protests against Egypt's Hosni Mubarak in 2011. She still hopes for fundamental change, but says activists like her have been sidelined.
Two years ago, Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood was on a high, poised to win the presidency. Now, the movement has been outlawed. But activists like 'Layla' say they will fight on.
Mohamed Mohsen was glad that mass protests helped drive Hosni Mubarak from power in early 2011. Now he's happy that Egypt's military is back in charge.
Military rulers move to bury Egypt's largest political organization, amid bombings of a public bus and a police station.