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Centamin plc: Results of Annual General Meeting of Shareholders

PERTH, AUSTRALIA -- (Marketwired) -- 05/16/14 -- Centamin plc ("Centamin" or "the Company") (LSE: CEY) (TSX: CEE) wishes to advise that the outcomes of each resolution put to the Company's members at the Annual General Meeting held at The Royal Yacht Hotel, St Helier, Jersey, Channel Islands on Friday 16th May 2014 at 11.00am (Jersey time), are as set out below:

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                                VOTES      %      VOTES      %      VOTES
                                 FOR             AGAINST         WITHHELD(1)
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Ordinary Resolution 1
Annual Accounts, Director's
Report and Auditor's Report  644,025,499 99.13   5,661,925  0.87  18,127,910
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Ordinary Resolution 2
Adoption of the Remuneration
Report                       392,308,097 74.02 137,672,263 25.98 137,834,974
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Ordinary Resolution 3.1
Re-Election of Mr Josef El-
Raghy                        534,355,558 89.51  62,649,401 10.49  70,810,375
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Ordinary Resolution 3.2
Re-Election of Mr Trevor
Schultz                      597,824,967 89.54  69,813,772 10.46     176,595
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Ordinary Resolution 3.3
Re-Election of Mr Edward
Haslam                       657,610,438 98.59   9,410,341  1.41     794,555
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Ordinary Resolution 3.4
Re-Election of Prof. G.
Robert Bowker                659,792,088 98.83   7,787,822  1.17     235,424
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Ordinary Resolution 3.5
Re-Election of Mr Mark
Arnesen                      666,496,590 99.83   1,135,349  0.17     183,395
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Ordinary Resolution 3.6
Re-Election of Mr Mark
Bankes                       667,049,979 99.92     518,561  0.08     246,794
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Ordinary Resolution 3.7
Re-Election of Mr Kevin
Tomlinson                    659,790,539 99.00   6,632,774  1.00   1,392,021
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Ordinary Resolution 4.1
Re-Appointment of Deloitte
LLP as the Company Auditors
until the conclusion of the
audit tender process         672,200,258 99.22   5,282,946  0.78     721,390
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Ordinary Resolution 4.2
Authorising the Directors to
agree the Auditor's
Remuneration                 675,634,105 99.92     542,839  0.08   2,027,649
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Ordinary Resolution 5
Authorise Directors to Allot
Relevant Securities          640,333,165 95.92  27,231,844  4.08     250,325
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Special Resolution 6
Disapplication of Pre-
Emptive Rights               640,247,066 95.91  27,285,196  4.09     283,072
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Special Resolution 7
Market Purchase of Ordinary
Shares                       676,216,598 99.95     325,713  0.05   1,662,281
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(1) A "Vote Withheld" is not a 'vote' in law and is not counted in the calculation of the proportion of the votes 'For' and 'Against' the resolution.

The total number of ordinary shares of no par value eligible to be voted at the Annual General Meeting was 1,152,107,984. The scrutineers of the poll were Computershare Investor Services PLC.

A copy of the resolutions passed at the AGM has been submitted to the National Storage Mechanism and will be available for viewing shortly at http://www.morningstar.co.uk/uk/NSM.

The full text of each of the resolutions is set out in the Notice of Annual General Meeting, copies of which are available on the Centamin website at www.centamin.com.

For more information please contact:

Centamin plc
Josef El-Raghy
Chairman
Andy Davidson
Head of Business Development and Investor Relations
([email protected])
+44 (0) 1534 828708

Buchanan
Bobby Morse
Gordon Poole
Gabriella Clinkard
+ 44 (0) 20 7466 5000

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