CAIRO: Former egyptian army chief Abdel Fattah al-Sisi has 80 percent of votes cast in the country presidential election after 25 percent of polling stations have been counted, judicial sources said on Wednesday.
His only rival, Hamdeen Sabahi, was on 10 percent, with the rest of the ballots deemed void. The partial result came 90 minutes after polls closed after three days of voting.
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