Not only a win – but a landslide for Egyptian President al-Sisi – taking more than 90 percent of the vote in this week’s presidential election.
His only challenger, Moussa Mostafa Moussa has already expressed his willingness to work with the president to achieve stability and security for the country.
We begin our coverage with Yasser Hakim in Cairo.
To discuss all of this:
- Mohamed Kamal is the founder and CEO of EGYNZ International Consultancy.
- Khaled Dawoud is a professor at the American University in Cairo and the Deputy Editor-in-Chief at Al-Ahram Weekly.
- Paul Salem is the Senior Vice President for policy and research at the Middle East Institute.
- Samer Shehata is an associate professor in Middle East studies at the University of Oklahoma.
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