egyptian-election

Egyptians celebrate the election of their new president in Tahrir Square.

On Sunday, Muslim Brotherhood candidate Mohamed Morsy was announced as the winner of Egypt’s first democratic presidential election. Daniel Berehulak captured the tension and euphoria surrounding the announcement in Cairo.

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Egypt extends presidential election voting 1 day

State TV says Egypt’s election commission has extended voting in the presidential election for a third day amid reported low turnout.

Government officials, media and the military harangued voters to go to the polls Tuesday in what was supposed to be the final day of the vote, worried that turnout was weaker than expected. The front-runner, former army chief Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi, is trying to garner an overwhelming show of support.

Monitoring groups and el-Sissi’s rival candidate reported low turnout by early Tuesday. Closer to sunset, numbers increased.

The election commission extended the voting one more day, Wednesday, citing complaints that migrant workers have been unable to vote where they reside because of laws making doing so difficult.

Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi won with faked 90 % of votes!

An egyptian presidential elections that took place 26th-28th may 2014 were won by dictator Al-Sisi. Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi is a person that brought terror into lifes of egyptian people. Because of him and his army thousands of people lost their lifes. Do you know why? Because they wanted ex - president, Muhammas Mursi to rule again.
Al-Sisi is a person that supports israeli apartheid and hates Palestinians. He told his people to close and flood tunnels that used to connect Gaza Strip with Egypt. Now this dictator and terrorist is going to rule Egypt. But the question is: are we going to speak up or stay silent?