Although El-Sisi told Egyptians it could take “20 to 25 years to achieve true democracy”, with a failing economy, sporadic unrest and militant attacks, many voters in this country of 86 million people will settle for just stability than democracy.
By Press TV,
EGYPT’s election officials say former army chief Abdel Fattah el-Sisi has won over 94 percent of the expat votes in the country’s presidential election.
On Wednesday, Egypt’s Supreme Presidential Election Commission confirmed that former army chief, el-Sisi, has won the majority of the expatriate votes in the country’s presidential election.
The commission confirmed Sisi’s landslide victory over his main rival, Hamdeen el-Sabahi, saying that Sisi has claimed over 94 percent of the expatriate votes.
The commission also announced that over 300,000 Egyptians cast their ballots at polling stations overseas. The expatriates were allowed to vote without prior registration. Continue reading Egypt’s El-Sisi Wins 94% of Expat Votes: Officials