CAIRO - 2 December 2023: Egyptians residing in Mauritania, Britain, Ireland, Ukraine, Equatorial Guinea, and Côte d'Ivoire participated in the second day of voting for the 2024 presidential elections.
The overseas voting for the Egyptian presidential elections commenced on Friday and will span three days, concluding on Sunday. Across 137 subcommittees situated in diplomatic missions worldwide, Egyptian citizens exercise their right to vote.
Egyptians abroad cast their votes by personally attending the Egyptian embassy or consulate during the designated voting days, selecting their preferred candidate, and placing the ballot in the designated box.
The final list of presidential candidates includes Abdel Fattah el-Sisi, symbolized by the star; presidential candidate Farid Zahran, President of the Egyptian Democratic Party, symbolized by the sun; presidential candidate Abdel Sanad Yamama, President of the Wafd Party, symbolized by the palm tree; and presidential candidate Hazem Omar, symbolized by the peace sign.
The global voting process aims to ensure the participation of Egyptians abroad in shaping the country's political landscape. The election proceedings run in accordance with the democratic principles upheld by Egypt.