Sun, 10 Dec 2023 - 02:20 GMT
Sun, 10 Dec 2023 - 02:20 GMT
CAIRO – 10 December 2023: Voting in the 2024 Presidential Elections kicked off on Sunday at 9 AM with thousands of polling stations spread nationwide opening their doors to around 67 million voters until Tuesday 9 PM.
In order to vote in the elections, you have to inquire about your polling station, which is determined based on your area of residence.
You can use one of five ways to know your polling station:
- First: Visit the election authority’s website: https://www.elections.eg/
- Second: Visit the authority’s Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/neaegypt/
- Third: Contact the authority via its email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Fourth: Dial 141
- Fifth: Send an SMS on 5151
Mostakbal Watan party holds a voter march to polling stations of expatriates in the Administrative Capital. 🇪🇬🗳️#EgyptElection #Egypt | #مصر #الانتخابات #الانتخابات_الرئاسية_المصرية #الانتخابات_الرئاسية #انتخابات_الرئاسة #مصر_تنتخب_رئيسها #الانتخابات pic.twitter.com/t1hlQI4hOV— Egypt Today Magazine (@EgyptTodayMag) December 10, 2023
Who is eligible for voting?
- Citizens who are at least 18 years old
- Citizens who fully enjoy their political and civil rights
- Citizens who are listed in the voter database
- Armed Forces and police personnel are excluded from election voter lists throughout their service
Who cannot vote in the elections?
- Citizens who were convicted of tax evasion or had their assets confiscated
- Citizens under guardianship or suffering from mental or psychological disorders
- Citizens detained on charges of bribing witnesses or committing a crime to evade military service
- Citizens detained on charges of theft, fraud, breach of trust, bribery, forgery, or giving false testimony
- Citizens dismissed from government service for committing a crime involving moral turpitude or dishonesty
- Citizens who were found guilty of disrupting political life
State officials and ministers have joined the masses of citizens casting their ballots at polling stations spread across Egypt, encouraging citizens to exercise their right in choosing their leader for the next six years.
The Egyptian people are eagerly lining up, determined to exercise their democratic right and ensure their voices are heard as they choose their leader for the next decade, until 2030.
At 9 AM sharp, President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi, president since 2014, voted in the elections. First Lady Entissar Amer has also cast her ballot in the same polling station in Heliopolis, Cairo.
The 2024 Presidential Elections for citizens inside the country is taking place a few days after the three-day voting process for Egyptians abroad was concluded early in December.
The marathon is held between four contenders, including incumbent President Sisi, President of the Egyptian Social Democratic Party Farid Zahran, President of Al Wafd Party Abdel-Sanad Yamama, and President of the Republican People's Party Hazem Omar.
The four candidates have released their vision to improve people’s lives in the coming six-year presidential term.
The final result will be announced on December 18 if no run-off is required. Voting inside the country will take place from 10-12 December.