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The current President of Egypt Abdel Fattah al-Sisi, according to predvaritelnyy data, receives almost 92 percent of the votes after the elections. About it reports The Guardian.
The turnout was 41.5 per cent. In addition to the incumbent for the top post was claimed by a little-known politician, the leader “al-Gad” (“Tomorrow”) Mustafa Musa. He got about three percent of the vote.
The voting took place in the country for three days from 26 to 28 March. To win in the first round a candidate must gain 51 percent of the vote. This is the third election of the President after what happened in the 2011 revolution, which resulted in the resigned President, Hosni Mubarak, who ruled the country since 1981.
The previous presidential elections in Egypt took place in 2014. Then al-Sisi won almost 97 percent of the votes and his only rival, the leader of the centre — left hamdeen sabahi received 2.9 percent.
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