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In pics: PM Mostafa Madbouli votes in referendum, calls on Egyptians to participate

Sat, Apr. 20, 2019
CAIRO - 20 April 2019: Prime Minister Mostafa Madbouli cast his ballot on the first voting day of the referendum, Saturday, on a set of proposed constitutional amendments passed by the parliament Tuesday.

After voting, Madbouli gave press statements encouraging Egyptians to participate in the referendum, and practice right to vote on the constitutional amendments.

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He further said "holding a referendum on the constitutional amendments is a message to the world ensuring political stability in Egypt."

Madbouli voted in Sheikh Zayed district, 6 of October city.

Armed Forces and the Ministry of Interior have beefed up security measures in the streets, around vital facilities and at schools assigned to host referendum process across the country, as Egyptians at home start the first voting day on Saturday.

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The first day of the referendum kicked off Saturday in Egypt, where polling stations across governorates have opened their doors at 9 a.m., and will close at 9 p.m. for three consecutive days.

A total of 61 million eligible voters were called for casting their ballots in the public referendum on the constitutional amendments.
 
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