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December 23, 2012 12:23 pm

Egypt’s Main Opposition Alleges Referendum Vote ‘Fraud’

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Women standing in line to vote on the 2011 Egyptian constitutional referendum. Photo: Mona.

BBC – Egypt’s main opposition has demanded an inquiry into the referendum on the draft constitution, citing fraud.

The National Salvation Front urged the election commission to investigate the “irregularities”.

Initial unofficial results indicate a “Yes” vote for a document which President Mohammed Morsi says will safeguard democracy.

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