Egyptian army chief "Abdel Fattah al-Sisi" won the top spot in Time magazine’s annual reader poll for person of the year, in a vote that saw accusations of hacking for the second year in a row. Sisi collected 26.2% of the votes. He was elected deputy prime minister after helping oust Mohamed Morsi.
Time announced the results on Friday, revealing that Turkish president "Recep Tayyip Erdogan" came in second with 20.8% of the votes. The vote comes ahead of the magazine editors' person of the year announcement next week.