Egypt’s President Sisi Re-Elected With 89.6% Of Vote

Egypt’s President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi has won a new six-year term with 89.6 percent of the vote, the election authority announced on Monday.

Turnout reached an “unprecedented” 66.8 percent of voters, said authority head Hazem Badawy.

Over 39 million had cast their ballots for Sisi, a former Army Chief who has ruled the most populous Arab country for a decade.

Sisi is now set to serve his third — and, according to the constitution, final — term in office, starting in April.

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