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The King of Bahrain congratulates President Sisi on his victory in the elections for a new presidential term

By Manal Abdel Fattah

King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa, King of Al-Harrain, sent a congratulatory telegram to his brother, President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi, President of the Republic.

In the telegram, the King expressed his sincere congratulations on renewing the trust placed in him by the brotherly Egyptian people by electing him as President of the Republic for a new presidential term, wishing the President every success in his presidential work in the next phase in order to achieve the ambitions and aspirations of the brotherly Egyptian people for further progress, prosperity and prosperity.

On this occasion, the King praised the strong fraternal relations between the Kingdom of Bahrain and the Arab Republic of Egypt within the framework of their distinguished bilateral relations, stressing the Kingdom of Bahrain’s constant keenness to continue developing and strengthening the bonds of these well-established relations between the two countries and the two brotherly peoples in light of the strategic partnership that Bringing them together and elevating it to wider and more comprehensive horizons, in a way that meets and achieves the common interests of the two countries, praying to the Almighty God that President Sisi will enjoy good health and happiness, and that he will achieve for the Arab Republic of Egypt and its brotherly people all the development and growth they aspire to under his wise leadership.

On Monday, President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi won a third presidential term with 89.6 percent of the votes, the National Elections Authority announced.

The Egyptian National Elections Authority stated that the participation rate in the presidential elections was 66.8 percent of the votes.

Al-Sisi received 39 million 702 thousand 451 votes, or 89.6% of the total valid votes.
The elections took place over three days, from the tenth to the twelfth of December.

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