The turnout in the Egyptian presidential election has been estimated at 44.4% in a provisional count, according to 'judicial sources' - well below the nearly 52% turnout in the June 2012 election won by Mohamed Morsi - Reuters have reported.
However Reuters also reported that, on a tour during the three day vote, turnout was low.
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