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96,052 votes 41.6%
134,705 votes 58.4%
Abdulla Yaameen Abdul Gayyoom
Ibrahim Mohamed Solih 38,653 votes ahead
Eligible Counted Est.Uncounted Votes Turnout
262,135 233,889 N/A 89.2%
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