Round two will go their way as well.
“Sharia Thirsty” Take Solid First Round Lead in Egypt’s Constitutional Referendum
are from governorates’ presiding judges, except Cairo’s, which are from the tallies of the Freedom and Justice Party, the Popular Current operation centre and Al-Jazeera TV network.
The Cairo tally favored “No” votes—“No”: 1,256,248 (56.9 per cent); “Yes”: 950,532 (43.1 per cent)
But the overall tally was “Yes”: 4,595,311 (56.50 per cent); “No”: 3,536,838 (43.50 per cent)
These results elicited a predictably crowing response from the Muslim Brotherhood’s Freedom and Justice Party (FJP), which asserted,
The Egyptian people have expressed their free will in the first stage of the constitutional referendum and have also proved to be highly aware; this is a genuine democratic process