Who won the 2012 Egyptian presidential election?
Following the second round, with a voter turnout of 52%, on 24 June 2012, Egypt’s election commission announced that Muslim Brotherhood candidate Mohamed Morsi had won Egypt’s presidential elections. Morsi won by a narrow margin over Ahmed Shafik, the final prime minister under deposed President Hosni Mubarak. The commission said Morsi took 51.
Is Moussa on top of the 2012 Egyptian election polls?
^ “April 09, 2012 Opinion poll on presidential candidates shows Moussa on top”. Egypt Independent. 9 April 2012. Archived from the original on 8 July 2012.
When did the election of 2012 take place?
United States Presidential Election of 2012. Written By: American voters went to the polls on November 6, 2012, to determine—for the 57th time—their country’s president for the next four years.
Who did Mitt Romney defeat in the 2012 election?
Romney was officially announced as the 2012 Republican presidential nominee on August 28, 2012. He was defeated by incumbent President Barack Obama in the general election on November 6, 2012.
Will Khairat El-Shater run in the 2012 Egyptian election?
After initially deciding not to field a candidate, the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt announced on 31 March 2012 that its deputy supreme guide Khairat El-Shater would run in the election.
Will Amr Moussa run for president in the 2012 elections?
When asked about the rumors that he might run for the 2012 presidential elections, Amr Moussa refused to rule out the possibility of running for the office, leaving the door open to expectations.
Who were the third party candidates in the 2012 presidential debate?
A non-CPD sanctioned debate, moderated by Larry King and organized by the Free and Equal Elections Foundation in protest of the CPD’s monopoly of presidential debates, took place on October 23, 2012 between 9 p.m. and 10:30 p.m. EDT. Four third party candidates — Rocky Anderson, Virgil Goode, Gary Johnson, and Jill Stein — took part.
Who was disqualified from running for president of Saudi Arabia?
On 14 April 2012, the Supreme Presidential Electoral Commission (SPEC) announced the disqualification of ten candidates: Omar Suleiman, Khairat El-Shater, Hazem Salah Abu Ismail, Ayman Nour, Ahmad Awad Al-Saidi, Mortada Mansour, Ibrahim El-Gharib, Mamdouh Qutb, Houssam Khayrat, and Ashraf Barouma.