Abdel Fattah al-Sisi wins Egypt presidential election with 97% votes
Abdel Fattah al-Sisi has won the Egypt presidential election and has secured the second four-year term. He got 97% of total votes. The election commission has also revealed that the total turnout in this election was 41.5%, down from 47% in 2014. This has been a light setback for Sisi since he was expecting a larger turnout. His only opponent was Mousa Mostafa Mousa who got only 3% of the votes. Sisi’s immediate priority in his second term would be to focus on and improve the economic situation of the country.