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PHOTO GALLERY: El-Sisi supporters celebrate election victory for a second day in Tahrir


An El-Sisi supporter waves an Egyptian flag in Tahrir Square (Photo: Mai Shaheen)
A woman carrying a poster of the former army chief ululates, a symbol of celebration (Photo: Mai Sha
Supporters of El-Sisi celebrate in the iconic square (Photo: Mai Shaheen)
Supporters light fireworks in celebration (Photo: Mai Shaheen)
A girl holds an El-Sisi campaign poster which reads 'Long live Egypt' (Photo: Mai Shaheen)
Fireworks explode in the sky above the square (Photo: Mai Shaheen)
A supporter holding a poster reading 'By order of the people, for the sake of Egypt' (Photo: Mai Sha
Supporters chant El-Sisi's name (Photo: Mai Shaheen)
A girl with her face painted watches the celebrations (Photo: Mai Shaheen)
Supporters wave flags (Photo: Mai Shaheen)
Supporters of El-Sisi celebrating (Photo: Mai Shaheen)
Supporters of El-Sisi celebrating (Photo: Mai Shaheen)
Supporters hold a poster reading 'President of the Republic; long live Egypt' (Photo: Mai Shaheen)
Supporters of El-Sisi celebrating (Photo: Mai Shaheen)
Fireworks explode in the sky above the square (Photo: Mai Shaheen)
Supporters of El-Sisi celebrating (Photo: Mai Shaheen)
Supporters of El-Sisi celebrating (Photo: Mai Shaheen)
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Crowds of supporters light fireworks and chant in celebration

Hundreds of supporters of former army chief Abdel-Fattah El-Sisi gathered for a second day in Cairo's Tahrir Square to celebrate his win in this week's presidential election, after an unofficial count indicated that he had beaten rival Hamdeen Sabahi by a landslide.  

All photos by Mai Shaheen

 

 

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