The minister of youth said that the participation of the disabled people in the referendum reflects the ministry's success to integrate them into the society.
Long queues of voters have been witnessed outside polling stations early Monday, as the third and last day of the referendum on the constitutional amendments kicked off.
The third and last day of voting on draft constitutional amendments domestically has kicked off while casting ballots for expats was concluded on Sunday.
Foreign media coverage of the referendum on the constitutional amendment was analyzed by the State Information Service (SIS) I’m a Sunday statement.
A very long queue of citizens was seen before the polling station of El-Ferdaous Secondary School in Cairo's Badr City.
A number of international observers followed up the first day of the public constitutional referendum which kicked off locally early Saturday.
Lasheen Ibrahim met on Saturday with delegations from three NGOs including that of Volunteers Without Borders.
Maya Morsy called on Egyptian women to take part in the referendum.
Minister of Antiquities Khaled al-Anani was seen casting his ballot in a polling station in Luxor.
The participation in the democratic entitlements is a national duty for all Egyptians, Allam said.
Ahmed Abu Zeid, Egypt's Ambassador to Ottawa, and other officials in the embassy were seen casting their vote.
A high turnout was realized in the Arab countries including Saudi Arabia, the UAE and Kuwait.
The Egyptian expatriates in Jordan have started to vote in the referendum on a set of proposed constitutional amendments, in the headquarters of the Egyptian embassy.
The planned amendments expand the presidential term, and charge the national army with "protecting the constitution and democracy."
On Saturday, the registered voters inside Egypt will be able cast their ballot over three consecutive days.
The Egyptian embassies abroad invited citizens to participate in the referendum.
Printing Braille ballot papers comes as part of the efforts exerted by the NEA to facilitate the voting process for people with disabilities.
New Zealand, according to Egypt’s time, is considered to be the first country to vote in all presidential elections.
The Egyptian expatriates can vote in the planned referendum on constitutional amendments from Friday, April 19, to Sunday, April 21.
The amendments were approved on Tuesday by 531 out of 554 Parliament members.