On Sunday, Egypt presented the draft for its next constitution under a huge "All Egyptians Constitution" banner showing five people — three of which appear to be stock images of foreigners.

These people can be found elsewhere on the Internet. The doctor on the left appears on an English-language website that sells stretch marks cream. The only woman appears on a Irish business networking site.   And the man with Down's syndrome – Patrick Kingsely of The Guardian notes that it's a nod to the new charter's provisions for people with disabilities – can be found on this Arizona business website.

To top it all off, the Arabic text misspelt the word "Egyptians" as "determined."

The government has apologized.

Egyptians will vote on a new constitution on January 14 and 15 as part of the army-backed government to transition after the coup that ousted Islamist President Mohamed Mursi.   

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