Members in Shooting Sporting Club voting for their board - Courtesy of Youm7 website Members in Shooting Sporting Club voting for their board - Courtesy of Youm7 website

Members vote for their new boards in Egyptian sports clubs

Sat, Nov. 25, 2017
CAIRO – 25 November 2017: Egyptian sports clubs` elections started this weekend. Many clubs prepared for the major event as per instructions from the Ministry of Youth & Sports.

Zamalek Sporting Club started their elections on November 23 and 24, with the participation of more than 43,000 club members.

Mortada Mansour will be at the helm of Zamalek Sporting Club for another four years after receiving the majority of votes in the club’s board of directors’ election that ended on Friday.

The board includes Ahmed Galal Ibrahim and Hany El-Attal as vice presidents; Hazem Yassin as a Treasurer; and Ismail Youssef, Hany Zada, Alaa Mokled, Abdullah George and Sherifa El-Far as board members.

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Caption: Members in Shooting Sporting Club voting for their board, Courtesy of Youm7 website

Heliopolis Sporting Club also had their elections this weekend. Amr El-Sonbaty is Heliopolis` president after he got more votes (10,999) than the other candidate Haroun El-Touny (5,728).

The winning board members are: Mohamed Sedky (Vice President – 11,548 votes), Hesham Tawfik (Treasurer – 10,141 votes), Hesham Sanad (Member – 7,610 votes), Sherine Mahfouz (Member – 7,220 votes), Ahmed Ragheb (Member – 6,691 votes) and Amr Yehia (Member- 8,828 votes).

The attendance of the general assembly was 17,044 members, out of 45,889 members who were entitled to attend and elect.

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Members in Shooting Sporting Club voting for their board - Courtesy of Youm7 website
In Alexanderia, the judicial committee announced the final names of the board of Alexandrian club Al-Ittihad.

Hesham Hassan, former board member of Al-Ittihad, won the vice president seat after an exciting race against Ezz Hussein, the other candidate and former vice president of Al-Ittihad.

Aly Moselhy has won the president seat by nomination. The members who will be alongside Aly Moselhy and Hesham Hassan are Ibrahim Shaaban, Hazem El-Regal, Ahmed Fouad, Ahmed Abdel Megid, Ismail Mohamed, Khalil Al-Kady and Mahmoud Al-Kady in the youth members` seats.

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Members in Shooting Sporting Club voting for their board - Courtesy of Youm7 website
The attendance of the general assembly was 16,848 members who were entitled to attend and elect. 14,813 votes were correct, while 2,035 votes were false.

On the other hand, Shooting Sporting Club, Gezira Sporting Club and 6th of October Club opened their doors this weekend to the members to decide their boards for the next four years.

Six candidates compete for the President seat of Shooting Sporting Club, who are Mohsen Tantawy, Abdullah Ghorab, Hany El Nazer, Ahmed Boghdady, Sherif Gabr and Ashraf Khallaf.

For the vice president seat, Ayman Nabil, Sayed Hussein Makhlouf, Mohamed Hammam Attia and Hany Mohamed Hammam El-Hashmy are competing.

As for the treasurer seat, Ehab Hashish, Tamer El-Shaboury, Hossam Gawdat, Mohamed El-Nawasra and Mostafa Abu Dunia are looking towards the position.

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Members in Shooting Sporting Club voting for their board - Courtesy of Youm7 website
The General Assembly of Gezira Sporting Club will be held on Saturday to elect a new board of directors to lead the club over the next four years.

The contestants are Hamada Al-Demerdash, Dr. Ahmed Al-Saeed, Eng. Amr Jazarin and Engineer Noureddine Bassiouni.

Hamada Al-Demerdash and his list held several seminars inside the club with members of the general assembly to explain the electoral program.

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Members in Shooting Sporting Club voting for their board - Courtesy of Youm7 website
The general assembly of the 6th October Club will hold the election for a new board of directors, in which 57 candidates will compete.

Five candidates will compete for the presidency: Abdel Nasser Kattab, Hisham Salem, Salah Youssef, Reza Amer and Talaat Qoutb.
 
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