10 June 2012

Egypt: Presidential Election Runoff - Mursi Ahead in Britain

Muslim Brotherhood candidate Mohamed Mursi came ahead in Britain in Egypt's presidential election runoff with 1, 738 votes followed by his opponent Ahmed Shafiq with 1, 571 votes.

The total number of voters was 3, 511 out of 6, 252 registered voters, reported the Middle East News Agency as stated by Egypt's ambassador in London, Hatem Seif Al-Nasser.

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