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Rashid Al Maktoum   48.15% (26)
Saeed Mohammed Al   33.33% (18)
Saeed Al Maktoum   18.52% (10)
Rostam Qasemi   14.81% (8)
Saeed Mohammad Al   14.81% (8)
Shaikh Mohammad   12.96% (7)
Razzan Khalifa Al Mubarak   11.11% (6)
Latin America   11.11% (6)
Nejib Zaafarani   11.11% (6)
Harold Hyun Suk   11.11% (6)
Rudiger Tscherning   7.41% (4)
Adnan Amin   7.41% (4)
Mustapha Bakkoury   7.41% (4)
Mohamed Al-Sada   7.41% (4)
Sheikha Athba   7.41% (4)
Mubarak Al Nahyan   7.41% (4)
Meshal Al-Shamari   7.41% (4)
Manish Dahal   7.41% (4)
Manarat Al Saadiyat   7.41% (4)
Saleh Al-Sada   7.41% (4)
Faisal Al Taheri   7.41% (4)
Petra Blaisse Sidra   5.56% (3)
Yagshygeldi Kakayev   5.56% (3)
Youcef Yousfi   5.56% (3)
Isa Al Khalifa   5.56% (3)
Hamad Al Ruhmi   5.56% (3)
Karim Aftan Al-Jumaili   5.56% (3)
Issac John   5.56% (3)
Wu Hongbo   5.56% (3)
Jasem Al Marzouki   5.56% (3)
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