The first phase of the parliamentary elections kicked off Saturday amid tight security measures and anti-COVID-19 precautionary measures.
Voting for 33 million eligible voters in the first phase of the 2020 House of Representatives elections kicked off Saturday in 14 governorates.
The first phase of the parliamentary elections kicked off across Egypt, where polling stations opened doors at 9 a.m. Saturday for voters to cast their ballot.
The grand mufti noted that Egypt has gone through many difficult times and was able to overcome all hardships.
According to the elections schedule, the candidates’ campaigns ends, October 18.
The rerun of senate elections over a number of seats kicked off Tuesday and will conclude on Wednesday.
The amendments promulgated in June to the House of Representatives Elections Bill introduced the list system.
Egypt's Ambassador in Algiers Ayman Musharrafa attended Wednesday the count of votes Egyptian expats in Algeria cast by mail in the 2020 Senate election, which was held abroad on August 9-10.
The second day of Senate Elections kicked off at home on Wednesday.
Egyptian Minister of Migration Nabila Makram called upon Egyptian expatriates around the globe to cast their votes in the election.
Egyptians abroad are due to cast their ballot in the Egyptian Senate election on Sunday via the mail.
Ministry of Foreign Affairs called on Egyptians abroad to register their data via the official website of the National Elections Authority as of Saturday, July 25 and until Friday, July 31.
President Abdel Fattah El Sisi issued presidential decree no. 376 of 2020 delegating Chief Justice of Beni Suef Court of Cassation Osama Mohamed Amin Ghazi Saleh to assume the post of executive director of the National Election Authority.
The cabinet's central operations room continues following up voting in a public referendum on proposed constitutional amendments which entered its third and final day Monday morning.
The third and last day of voting on draft constitutional amendments domestically has kicked off while casting ballots for expats was concluded on Sunday.
Voters kept turning out to polling places to cast their ballots across all the country’s governorates.
The presence of youth was noticed at a number of polling places across the country, queuing to cast their ballots in the referendum on constitutional amendments.
Polling stations nationwide started receiving voters for the second day to cast their ballots in the referendum on the constitutional amendments on Sunday at 9 am.
The roads around the embassy are, reportedly, closed, as a direct result of the protests of the Yellow Vest movement, who have left the country in despair.
Women are taking the lead in performing their national duty.