Aswat Masriya (Cairo)

25 May 2012

Egypt: Unofficial Results - Port Said, Sabahi and Shafiq Lead

Photo: D. Hakes/The Carter Center
A woman casts her ballot at a Cairo polling station.

Al-Masry Al-Youm revealed the unofficial results of Port Said where 436, 702 citizens were registered to vote but only 262, 040 voted. Meanwhile, only 259, 235 of those votes were valid.

According to these results:

Hamdeen Sabahi: 104, 929

Ahmed Shafiq: 40, 948

Mohamed Mursi: 38, 982

Amr Moussa: 37, 274

Abdel Moneim Aboul Fotouh: 32, 537

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