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Egyptian President Mubarak Won 5th Term In Power The Domocracy in Middle East

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Egyptian president Mubarak, who has ruled Egypt for 24 years, had won a new six-year. He could complete 30 years in power.Mubarak, 77, has been in power since 1981, when he succeeded the assassinated Anwar Sadat for four times in referendum in which Egyptians could only say yes or no to a single parliament-nominated candidate.The election was the first ever in which Mubarak faced a competitor . His government has touted the change as a major democratic reform. But opposition were sceptical, with most major parties boycotting the election. The voter was lower than expected (only 23 % of the voter) and the election was marred by "the bias of the state apparatus, the unfairness of the election commission and mistakes.According to the election commission chairman :- The turnout was 23 % of voter- Mubarak?received 6,316,714 votes (88.6%). - Second place went to the first of the opposition with 7.3%, - The third candidate received 2.8% and - 2.3% went to the rest of 7 candidates..

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