Centenarian women seen voting on constitutional amendments

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Mon, 22 Apr 2019 - 12:23 GMT

Sarriya Hassan Sorour, a 105-year-old woman participates in the referendum in Qalubiya – Press photo

Sarriya Hassan Sorour, a 105-year-old woman participates in the referendum in Qalubiya – Press photo

CAIRO – 22 April 2019: Many centenarian women were seen casting their votes on the referendum on constitutional amendments which has taken place over three days ending Monday for Egyptians inside the country.

On Monday, Shafika Badr, 108, cast her ballot in the referendum, inside a polling station in Menoufia's Menouf.

Meanwhile in Matrouh, a 125-year old woman cast her vote in a polling station in Sallum, east of the border with Libya on Saturday.

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A 125-year old woman casts her vote in a polling station in Sallum – Press photo

In Ismailia's El-Qantara, Fatma Mubarak, 108, cast her ballot on Saturday.

Also, Sarriya Hassan Sorour, a 105-year-old woman participated in the referendum in her home village in Qalubiya governorate on the second voting day.

Also, a 99-year old Nubian woman was seen on Monday while heading to the polling station in Giza's Hadaek al-Ahram (Pyramids Gardens).





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