Polling stations closed 9 PM local time, marking the end of the first day of the Egyptian House of Representatives elections' run-off conducted at home in 13 out of 27 governorates.
Citizens flocked to polling stations since the early morning, Monday in several governorates around Egypt to cast their ballots in the House runoff election.
The secondary polling stations started the sorting process, after voting took place inside the country on Saturday and Sunday.
Ibrahim said 912 candidates have submitted their papers for the coming elections.
Military Spokesman Tamer El Refai said Saturday that the plan of Armed Forces aimed to provide security for 10,878 polling stations during the referendum on the constitutional amendments nationwide.
The first day of the referendum kicked off in Egypt, where polling stations across governorates have opened their doors at 9 a.m., and will close at 9 p.m. for three consecutive days.
The Egyptian embassies abroad invited citizens to participate in the referendum.
Only three out of 36 candidates will be chosen to be representatives for three constituencies in Fayoum's Tameya, Gharbia's Zefta, and North Sinai's Arish.
The NEA held a press conference on Monday to review the progress of the electoral process that commenced early today
Egyptian voters should avoid actions considered as violations against the election law. Some of these violations are punishable by up to five years in jail.
About 60 million Egyptians are to begin casting their ballots on Monday and for three consecutive days to elect the country’s next president.
Mostakbal Wattan Party organized a mass conference on Friday in the South Sinai to promote the election of president Sisi for a second term in office.
COMESA and CENSAD will deploy a joint mission at 10 Egyptian governorates to observe the three-day voting period
Egyptian judges selected to supervise presidential election will start on Friday receiving tamper-evident envelopes containing the polling station's papers.
Catalonia's health department has confirmed that 465 people had been treated due to clashes with police forces.
Gibraltar is very concerned by violence in Catalonia after Spanish riot police burst into polling stations and seized ballot papers.