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Egypt's constitution referendum: Vote breakdown
Ahram Online compiles the full unofficial results of the constitution referendum's first round
Ahram Online, Sunday 16 Dec 2012
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Officials count ballots after polls closed (Photo: Mai Shaheen)

Note: All results are from governorates' presiding judges, except Cairo's, which are from the tallies of the Freedom and Justice Party, the Popular Current operation centre and Al-Jazeera TV network. The final official result is to be announced after the second round, due on 22 December.

Total:

"Yes":  4,595,311 (56.50 per cent)

"No": 3,536,838 (43.50 per cent)

Cairo:

"Yes": 950,532 (43.1 per cent)

"No": 1,256,248 (56.9 per cent)

Assiut:

"Yes": 449,431 (76.08 per cent)

"No": 141,244 (23.92 per cent)

Sharqiya:

"Yes": 736,929 (65.94 per cent)

"No": 380,520 (34.16 per cent)

Aswan:

"Yes": 149,020 (76.65 per cent)

"No": 45,396 (23.35 per cent)

North Sinai:

"Yes": 50,726 (78.06 per cent)

"No": 14,256 (21.94 per cent)

Sohag:

"Yes": 468,138 (79 per cent)

"No": 125,810 (21 per cent)

Daqahliya:

"Yes": 647,489 (55.1 per cent)

"No": 525,713 (44.9 per cent)

Alexandria:

"Yes": 665,985 (55.6 per cent)

"No": 531,221 (44.4 per cent)

Gharbiya:

"Yes": 468,243 (49.87 per cent)

"No": 509,972 (52.13 per cent)

South Sinai:

"Yes": 8818 (57.72 per cent)

"No": 6458 (42.48 per cent)





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Mareli
16-12-2012 07:46pm
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Cairo able to resist
With these results Cairenes can resist implementation of this defective constitution.
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gias
16-12-2012 02:45pm
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We will see islamic stare Egypt
i would like to thank President Mursi he wiil led hole muslim world within few years
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zack
16-12-2012 07:46am
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good luck Egyption
Congratulation Mr Morsi and the Islamist.
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