The Electoral Commission handed His Sovereign Majesty's government three copies of the Election Certificate, certifying that the Commission had found no irregularities during polling, the validity of this enforced by the President of the Commission, Dexter O'Connell's, status as a international observer, not being a holder of Kemetian citizenship.
The final results were as follows:
Lloyd-Davies (Liberal Party)--77.5%
Peery (Liberal Socialist Party)--10%
Muusz ('David' List Write-In Candidate)--5%
The entrance of new citizen David Muusz into the race was last minute, being a write-in candidate added to ballots towards the end of voting in an unorthodox move approved by the Commission.
Peery has yet to comment on her defeat, but is said to be upbeat about the prospect of working with the government.
Currently, there is talk that a new Democratic Constitution will be unveiled by the new year, curtailing authoritarian powers and increasing the popular voice. This would replace the currently suspended Permanent Constitution of 2007, significantly reducing its 150 articles to around only 35.