Egyptian embassies and diplomatic missions are actively working to receive balloting cards until Monday, December 7.
Polling stations closed 9 PM local time, marking the end of the first day of the Egyptian House of Representatives elections' run-off conducted at home in 13 out of 27 governorates.
Police women spotted outside polling stations across governorates to assist in securing the voting process, and maintain security preparations of parliamentary runoff.
The ministry also framed a plan to facilitate traffic services for the eligible voters' access to the electoral stations.
The National Election Authority announced starting sorting ballot boxes as polling stations closed after the end of the second day of the House of Representatives elections' first stage, which was held in 14 Egyptian governorates.
According to the House law and amendments, each candidate has the right to withdraw his candidacy by the war determined by the NEA, through 48 hours after the final list of candidates is announced.