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Ahmed Shafiq will be named Egypt's new president. New Civil War?

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posted on Jun, 22 2012 @ 04:48 PM
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Ahmed Shafik will be named Egypt's new president on Sunday, the semi-official news agency Al Ahram reported -CNN
Rodrigo
This report was stated on the twitter account of Rodrigo, an employee of CNN Mexico. It is all I can find at this point so I guess we will have to wait and see.

The questions it brings up are, Does this mean a new Civil War in Egypt? With the past issues in Egypt and all the issues surrounding the elections, is it a possibility? Will the People simply accept it? and What does it mean for the rest of the World?
edit on 22-6-2012 by Agarta because: fixed link, changed title, added questions




posted on Jun, 22 2012 @ 04:51 PM
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OMG!

There will be blood on the streets again...



posted on Jun, 22 2012 @ 09:34 PM
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Now isn't this interesting Accourding to Ahram Online it is official and will be announced

A source in the current government said that Shafiq will be declared victor with 50.7 per cent of the vote, in an outcome that is likely to be strongly disputed by the Muslim Brotherhood's candidate, Mohamed Mursi.


BUT

at WYCB.COM They say

Ahram reported on its English version Friday, citing several unnamed government sources.

Shafik will be declared victor with 50.7% of the vote, the news outlet said.

But the site's Arabic version quoted election commission officials as saying Morsi, the Muslim Brotherhood candidate, remained in the lead.
Either way(same source)

As Egypt's generals warned of potential chaos, thousands of civilians jammed Tahrir Square late Friday, eager to learn results of last week's runoff election and see the country move away from military rule.


Egypt’s army warns against chaos; fresh protests as Shafiq says certain of win

Al Arabiya

Egypt’s ruling military warned on Friday it would “deal firmly” with any attempt to harm the public interest, and blamed political divisions on the release of unofficial presidential poll results by candidates.


edit on 22-6-2012 by Agarta because: Added 3rd link



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