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Yes seems to be ahead in Egypt referendum 1st round?

Referendum

—Voting has ended in the first round of the constitutional referendum in Egypt, with initial results indicating that supporters of the draft document have a narrow lead heading into the second round.

The early result of the poll is based on unofficial tallies that emerged on Sunday. Complete results are not due to be released until the second round of voting on December 22 in the remaining 17 provinces.

The vote was largely peaceful, with long queues forming in Cairo and other cities and towns where this round of voting was held. The vote was staggered because many judges needed to oversee polling staged a boycott to voice their opposition.

Voting was extended for several hours, in order to allow those in queue to cast their ballots.

The Muslim Brotherhood said the group’s tallies showed that 56.5 per cent of voters had supported the constitution, while 43 per cent had voted ‘no’.

The Brotherhood’s Freedom and Justice Party (FJP) had representatives posted at almost every polling place in the 10 areas where the referendum was held on Saturday.

The opposition National Salvation Front coalition said in a statement that it would not recognise unofficial results, and would wait for a final tally after next week’s second round.

“…Ten of the nation’s 27 provinces voted in the referendum Saturday. The remaining provinces will hold their referendum in the second round…”

Source: QuestCinq and agencies

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