In the to Monday in Egypt held a three-day referendum regarding a constitutional amendment that president Abdel Fattah al-Sisi in power, 88,83% of the voters ‘yes’ vote.
The National Verkiezingsautoriteit made it known that 88,83 per cent of the opgedaagde voters for the amendments to the constitution voted. There were 11,17 percent vote, the turnout was 44,33 percent.
The amendments extend the current term of office of the head of state of four to six years, making Al-Sissi to 2024 can stay on. He may still have to do a throw to a third term of six years.
The head of state also obtains more influence on the interpretation of topambten in the justice of his country. The role of the already powerful army, which Al-Sisi, the leader, is even greater.
Al-Sisi seized in 2014 the power after Mohammed Morsi, the first civilian democratically elected president, to have dropped off.