Egyptian Chronicles: And the unofficial Results of #Egyptian presidential elections are here and there is no surprise

Thursday, May 29, 2014

And the unofficial Results of #Egyptian presidential elections are here and there is no surprise

And the unofficial of results of the Egyptian presidential elections have been announced last night till early hours of morning and it is not big surprise : El-Sisi achieved a big landslide victory.
Like all the military presidents of Egypt he scored over 96% according to the unofficial results published on Ahram Online. Exactly he scored 96.9% while his rival Hamdeen Sabahi achieved 3.1%. We expected this victory. The Field Marshal is a president elect now. Of course he will be declared official as president next 5 June “what a date” by PEC.
Military and the 90s percent … a love story since the 1960s in Egypt.
Needless to say many got question marks about this massive victory after extending the presidential elections one extra day. Everybody expected el-Sisi’s victory but not massively victory in this way especially when it comes to the turnout when we all witness first hand the polling stations in the . It is all about the turnout , for God’s sake Hala’ib polling station allegedly 40% of the voters showed up !!
Sabahi’s campaign is going to hold a press conference this afternoon. The EU observation commission held a press conference where it cleared stated the mainstream media was biased to El-Sisi and that free elections do not mean fair. They also hinted out that the Presidential elections in Egypt were following the Egyptian Constitution not the international standards though.
Mainstream media is over the moon where TV hosts are filmed dancing celebrating the victory of El-Sisi gloating at January 25th revolution and declaring its death at the same time wondering why the NDP does not come back !!
There are still lots of calculations and tables as well graphs to be done and I have a bloody headache.

10 comments :

  1. Shame on you!!! No comment in reply to your deceiving words that are no where nere truth. Field marshal El-Sisi is beloved and respected by the vast majority of Egyptians not to mention arabs all around the Arab world and there is no point at all in criticizing someone for his popularity and making fun of the 90+ percentages. EU committe stated it was free and fair elections and all steps were according to terms of law. So just be loyal to your readers and convey the truth instead of such trash!

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    1. Well I hate to tell you that this is my blog and I can critcize whoever I want and FYI the EU Observers commission said that it was free elections but not fair check their official statement and their official presser

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    2. Yeah, I hate to break it to you but your 'elections' are not taken seriously in the West or even by most non-Egyptian Arab newspapers I read.

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    3. Ahmed you need to get a life.. and my advice to you is to be loyal to the truth. If you can't be smart, try and sound like it : )

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  2. I am disappointed at Sisi's low election results compared to the past military presidents of Egypt who used to score a respectful 99.99%!!!!!

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    1. Mubarak only got 88% in the last election, so he isn't doing that badly.

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    2. The process of apotheosis takes a while to conclude. Maintaining and establishing celestial status can be affected by hiccups which manifest themselves in varying levels of 85%+ of the vote. Some political deities have reside on a higher tier or plane than others.

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  3. From all I can see here, Zeinobia - as always aslan - is loyal to her readers and sticks to truth. Other than you Ahmed, as you want her to be loyal to el Sisi and the make belief in the propaganda media. You won't see this happen on this blog, so much is certain. If you want blind love to military rule, turn on state tv. If you want true, factual reporting, this blog is always a good place to look for it. Better make up your mind and choose accordingly.

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  4. Another Mubarak will suit them well!! Ya eesh Moo~Sissi
    a sigh :(

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  5. Again, El Sisi Is Not Nasser... NASSER Revolution was White Revolution With Major Contributions To Egypt And Egyptians
    .

    How Many Egiptians were killed by the Military since El Sisi tried to give Excuses to the Sisi,s Military Virginty Tests to Egypt,s Revolutionaty Girles.

    What you expect from some one with Blood on his hands

    Allah (swt) Save Egypt and the Arab World from thier governments.

    On his return from the 1948 war... Nasser said: " Palistine will not be liberated unless we liberate our contriesfrom thier corrubt governmentd" and he
    Started the 1952 Revolution.

    Our July 1952 and January 25, 2011 Revolutions Should Continue for Our Freedom and Social Justice.

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