Egyptian nationals in Milan, Italy, headed to the Egyptian Embassy to cast their ballots for the second day on the new amendments to the Egyptian Constitution - Egypt Today/ Hossam El-Din Mohamed Egyptian nationals in Milan, Italy, headed to the Egyptian Embassy to cast their ballots for the second day on the new amendments to the Egyptian Constitution - Egypt Today/ Hossam El-Din Mohamed

In Pics: Egyptians in Milan vote on constitutional amendments for 2nd day

Sat, Apr. 20, 2019
CAIRO - 20 April 2019: Egyptian nationals in Milan, Italy, headed to the Egyptian Embassy to cast their ballots for the second day on the new amendments to the Egyptian Constitution.

Egyptian expatriates started a three-day voting on the new constitutional amendments in 140 embassies and consulates of 125 countries worldwide, amid massive campaigning for the amendments abroad and domestically.

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Egyptian nationals in Milan, Italy, headed to the Egyptian Embassy to cast their ballots for the second day on the new amendments to the Egyptian Constitution - Egypt Today/ Hossam El-Din Mohamed

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Egyptian nationals in Milan, Italy, headed to the Egyptian Embassy to cast their ballots for the second day on the new amendments to the Egyptian Constitution - Egypt Today/ Hossam El-Din Mohamed

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Egyptian nationals in Milan, Italy, headed to the Egyptian Embassy to cast their ballots for the second day on the new amendments to the Egyptian Constitution - Egypt Today/ Hossam El-Din Mohamed

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Egyptian nationals in Milan, Italy, headed to the Egyptian Embassy to cast their ballots for the second day on the new amendments to the Egyptian Constitution - Egypt Today/ Hossam El-Din Mohamed

Polls will be open Saturday through Monday with 55 million Egyptians eligible to vote on the new amendments, which would increase the presidential term from four to six years, allocate 25 percent of parliamentary seats to women, re-introduce the Shura Council and reinstate vice president post.

Egypt’s Ministry of Migration dedicated hotlines for Egyptian expatriates to receive any complaints or questions related to the three-day public referendum.

Egyptian expatriates could contact the Ministry of Migration on the following phone numbers: +201289850655/ +201017071810 / +201159476593.

They also can contact the ministry via mail: Info.elections@emigration.gov.eg , the minister said in a statement on Thursday.

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