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Egypt's constitution referendum: Partial expat vote breakdown

Ahram Online compiles the results of the announced expatriate voting on the constitution referendum

Ahram Online , Monday 13 Jan 2014
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Note: All of the following results were announced by Egyptian ambassadors to their respective countries, as reported by state news agency MENA.

Egypt's eloctoral committee said Monday the final official results are to be announced after a referendum at home, due to start January 14 through 15, closes.

 

Saudi Arabia:

"Yes":  23,011 (98 percent)

"No":  474 (2 percent)

Washington, D.C., USA:

"Yes":  810 (95.5 percent)

"No":  32 (3.8 percent)

Paris:

"Yes":  2070 (98.5 percent)

"No":  32 (1.5 percent)

Austria:

"Yes": 503 (98.2 percent)

"No": 6 (1.2 percent)

London:

"Yes":  1535 (97.3 percent)

"No":  34 (2.1 percent)

Norway:

"Yes":  35 (94.5 percent) --MENA reported this total to be 98.8 percent

"No":  2 (5.4 percent)

Moscow:

"Yes": 44 (93.6 percent)

"No": 3 (6.4 percent)

Italy:

Rome: "Yes":  714 (99 percent) 

            "No":  4 (0.5 percent)

Milan: "Yes":  2262 (98.8 percent)

            "No":  28 (1.2 percent)

Mauritania : 

"Yes":  80 percent

China: 

"Yes":  92 percent

Palestine:

"Yes":  100 percent

Sudan:

"Yes":  249 (98.4 percent)

"No":  4 (1.5 percent) 

Libya:

"Yes":  97.5 percent

Los Angeles, USA:

"Yes":  1723 (99.5 percent)

"No":  7 (0.4 percent)

Tunisia:

"Yes":  80 (98.8 percent)

"No":  1 (1.2 percent)

Nigeria:

"Yes":  17 (89.4 percent)

"No":  2 (10.5 percent)

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sabr
14-01-2014 10:41am
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very small voters
This very small voters participated under the bloody constitution shows how the Egyptian want to run Eqypt. Last year they have voted their choice which is the most peace and democratic polling in Eqypt. Not under current coup government, full of blood and no freedom.
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abdulrahman
13-01-2014 05:14pm
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What Happens If 60% Of Eligible Voters Boycott The Referendum
Who decides on the validity and the acceptance of the draft constitutional document in the event of voter turnout in Egypt suffers similar trend to that conducted in foreign countries i.e 15% voter turnout. Will it be adopted even with the popular rejection.
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Allen
14-01-2014 09:10pm
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No election is won or lost by a boycott, you just eliminate yourself by boycotting.
The yes or no votes are the only thing that counts. Even if only three people only cast a vote. Those who boycott eliminate themselves. from the process. That's all.
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