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Egyptian constitutional referendum, 2007

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Egyptian constitutional referendum, 2007

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politics and government of
Constitution (history)
Political parties (former)

A constitutional referendum was held in [1]

According to official results, 75.9 per cent of voters were in favour of the reforms, with an official turnout of 27.1 per cent.[2] Government critics claimed the turnout was actually around 5 per cent.[3]


Choice Votes %
For 7,172,436 75.91
Against 2,272,683 24.09
Invalid/blank votes 252,659
Total 9,701,833 100
Registered voters/turnout 35,865,660 27.05
Source: IFES


  1. ^ Egypt's New Rules Hit Islamic Group, Vote Monitors Bloomberg
  2. ^ Egyptian president says constitutional amendments support domestic reforms Xinhua
  3. ^ Three quarters of votes cast back Egyptian constitutional reforms Monsters and Critics
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