Critics say the contest recalled the kind of vote that kept Arab autocrats in power for decades before the 2011 Arab Spring.
Sisi, 63, faces only one challenger who is a long-time supporter of the president.
The story of Younis is the most prominent among several cases that rocked Egypt late last month.
The report came weeks before President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi is to stand for re-election virtually unopposed after opponents halted their campaigns and a top challenger was jailed.
Most in the region are not looking back at those momentous events. Instead, they are dealing with the aftereffects.
Recent elections in Egypt and Turkey have enabled their leaders to consolidate their rule
L’Egypte vote pour renouveler son parlement. Objectif de l’actuel président : écarter les islamistes,et trouver le soutien nécessaire aux réformes
Lapid doesn’t openly specify who’s to blame for what he brands a ‘crisis,’ but he does more than hint that it’s not above-reproach Obama.
The new Egyptian leader will need to be able to point to achievements in the security and economic realms to avoid a renewal of social and political protests.
Provisional results show the general who toppled Morsi has so far captured 93.3% of votes; Sisi's credibility questioned by low turnout rates.