This week Abdel Fattah el-Sissi - a retired Field Marshall - won a landslide victory in Egypt's presidential elections. But despite declaring the vote lawful, international monitors say it was far from ideal. Both US and EU observers have raised concerns over the low voter turnout and the current political climate. Less than 50 per cent of Egyptians headed to the polls, despite voting being extended for a third day. On BBC Impact, Tim Willcox spoke to Shahira Amin, an independent journalist and Contributing Editor to Index on Censorship about her take on the direction Egypt is heading. Shahira quit state run TV during the Jan 25th revolution in protest at the biased coverage of the Tahrir events.