Report: Egypt's opposition calls to repeat referendum vote

By JPOST.COM STAFF
December 16, 2012 23:30

 
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Egypt's main opposition group, the National Salvation Front called on Sunday to repeat the first round of the constitutional referendum vote, seeking a probe into the complaints that reportedly took place, AFP reported.

According to the report, some 4,000 complaints took place during the vote, with the Front telling Al-Arabiya network the balloting had been “marred by irregularities and violations."

The opposition National Salvation Front coalition said in a statement that it “will not recognize any unofficial result," AFP reported.

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