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Judge overseeing polling station recounts troubling incidents in constitutional referendum

In its final statement on the 2019 constitutional referendum, the National Elections Authority (NEA) announced on April 23 that voters had approved the proposed amendments by 88.8 percent, with a 44.3 percent turnout.

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‘Incomprehensible’: Analysts cast doubt on Egypt referendum’s high turnout

Egypt observers and analysts have expressed serious doubts over the higher-than-normal turnout figures announced by the country’s electoral authority, adding to reports of vote buying and the overall climate of repression that surrounded the vote that ended on Monday.

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Voting in the dark: Ramming the constitutional amendments through

The National Elections Authority (NEA) announced on Tuesday that the referendum on a set of major constitutional amendments, which allow President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi to remain in office until 2030, passed by 88.8 percent with a 44.3 percent turnout.

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Egyptians cast votes on last day in referendum

Egyptian voters headed to the polling stations across the country to cast their votes on Monday, the last day in a three-day national referendum on constitutional amendments which were passed by parliament only a few days ago. The constitutional changes may allow President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi to stay in office …

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