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Egyptians abroad constitutional referendum 2012

Egyptians abroad constitutional referendum 2012

  • Submitted: December 28th, 2012
  • Author: Moataz M. Medhat

Description

After about 60,000 hours of work , in about 6 months, Egypt’s first after-revolution constitution was drafted.

Voters abroad were asked whether they approve the draft constitution. About 68% of voters abroad approved the new constitution.

The final result for all voters ( in all of Egypt and abroad) was the passing of the new constitution by a majority of 63.8 %.

N.B. The map shows the ratio of constitution acceptance in each country, disregarding the number of voters in each country.

N.B. On 3 July 2013, a coup d’etat took place and the constitution was suspended.

Technology Used

The map was created using ArcGIS desktop 10.0.

The base map is National Geographic world map from arcgisonline.com

Results data were compiled from :

1. “Al Ahram” news paper ,issue 46033, 18 December 201.[Ar]

2. “Al-Mesryoon” electronic news paper, 18 December 2012.[Ar]

N.B. The map shows the ratio of constitution acceptance in each country, disregarding the number of voters in each country.




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