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BREAKING: Egypt's Vice-President Resigns

 
Anonymous Coward
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12/22/2012 05:10 PM
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Re: BREAKING: Egypt's Vice-President Resigns
The polls are now officially closed.

We probably won't have results tonight, so I'm off to bed.

hf
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Ikhwanweb (@Ikhwanweb)
12/22/12, 5:06 PM
UPDATE: Nationwide 410 out of 6724 Polling Stations reporting:

YES 80% ( 306,990)
NO 20% (77,253)
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12/22/2012 05:14 PM
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Hmm yeah he said about 2 weeks ago that he's not made for politics, he comes from judiciary. He said he won't continue after the Referendum, so it's not really news for us...at least if you follow politics.

Here's a link that will keep updates on the referendum results:

The vote count in 12 out of 201 polling stations in Ismailia governorate (120 km east of Cairo) according to Ahram Arabic Gate:
Yes= 10759
No= 2484

[link to english.ahram.org.eg]

That's just part of 1 governorate, they will update as the results come in. there were 17 governorates voting today.
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12/22/2012 05:18 PM
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Re: BREAKING: Egypt's Vice-President Resigns
Egypt's resigned V. President: I attempted to step down more than once

[link to english.ahram.org.eg]
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12/22/2012 08:18 PM

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Egypt does not matter anymore.

In the future they will be like Iran.
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12/23/2012 07:43 AM

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Re: BREAKING: Egypt's Vice-President Resigns
Egyptians appear to have approved a controversial new constitution in a referendum, unofficial and preliminary results indicate.

Results reported by state media suggest that some 63% of voters backed the charter over two rounds of polling.

Turnout was estimated at 30%. The opposition said voting in both rounds had been marred by abuses.


[link to www.bbc.co.uk]



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[link to www.naharnet.com]

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[link to english.ahram.org.eg]

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