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Vote in Egypt’s referendum on amendments starts in Australia

Fri, Apr. 19, 2019
CAIRO – 19 April 2019: The Egyptian embassy in Australia receives Egyptian expatriates to vote in the referendum on constitutional amendments over three consecutive days.

Australia, according to Egypt’s time, is considered to be the second country to vote in all presidential elections.

Further information about how election goes in Australia and other countries will later be provided.

Lasheen Ibrahim, head of the National Election Authority (NEA), called on the Egyptian expatriates to vote in the planned referendum on constitutional amendments from Friday, April 19, to Sunday, April 21.

He also announced that the public referendum for the locals inside the country will take place from Saturday, April 20 to Monday, April 22.

Ibrahim urged the citizens to accompany their children and enjoy their constitutional right, urging them to ignore the boycott calls, and to cast their ballot in polling stations nationwide.

There will be a judge to supervise each of the ballot boxes, Ibrahim said, affirming that the NEA, the body charged with managing the electoral process, is keen to ensure the transparency of the voting process.
 
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