Egyptian head of state Fattah al-Sissi has been re-elected with a transparent majority. The Egyptian electoral authority mentioned he obtained 89.6 % of the vote. All three opposing candidates obtained lower than 5 % of the vote.

The election went easily, mentioned the authority’s vice chairman, Hasim Badawi. “There were no violations or irregularities that disrupted the electoral process.”

Al-Sissi got here to energy after a army coup in 2013 towards the then-ruling Muslim Brotherhood. In 2014 and 2018 he was confirmed in workplace with greater than 95 % of the vote. In a constitutional referendum in 2019, he had the president’s time period of workplace prolonged from 4 to 6 years, in order that he can now rule till 2030.

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