The Egyptian embassy in New Zealand was the first to open for the voters, given an 11 hour time difference with Cairo.
The voters are not allowed to go to the embassies in the countries where they live to cast their ballots.
That is because of COVID-19 outbreak.
The returnees went to Cairo and their hometowns in other governorates like Sohag, Assiut, Alexandria and Luxor.
The embassy offered those expats 6,000 food baskets, travel tickets, and temporary places for their residence.
The first batch of Egyptian expats, stuck in Jordan and repatriated by sea, arrived on Monday in Nueiba Port, where they were received by Minister of Transportation.
Egypt and Jordan will launch on June 29 a marine line between Nueiba and Aqaba for Egyptian expats stuck in Jordan to return to their homeland.
The international airports of Cairo and Sohag are receiving on June 28-29 seven flights repatriating 1,070 Egyptian expats who were stuck in Kuwait over the COVID-19 outbreak.
Those were stuck in Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Italy and Qatar.
They are being repatriated to their homeland.
Five flights carrying 680 Egyptians left Kuwait for Sohag and four flights with 680 passengers on board headed for Cairo.
A parliamentarian questions the reasons behind not kicking out the ambassador of the Tripoli-based interim government in Cairo.
An Air Cairo flight landed in Cairo International Airport on Sunday evening carrying from Oman 170 Egyptians who were stranded in Qatar.
Chair of the Human Rights Committee at the House of Speakers requested that the lower chamber issues a statement in response to the violations committed against Egyptians in Libya.
A quarantine team has carried out medical checkups on all arriving passengers and disinfected their luggage, the source said in press statements.
The meeting aimed at following up on the outcome of "Egypt can.. through investment and development" conference which was held in October, the Planning Ministry said in a statement on Friday.
The passengers will land in Cairo and be quarantined for 14 days in university dorms.
EgyptAir will operate 12 flights, while Air Cairo will run 10 flights on April 21-30.
Since the suspension of international aviation on March 19, Egypt operated exceptional flights to bring home thousands of stranded Egyptians.
Minister of Civil Aviation Mohamed Manar Enaba communicated with Tunisair to return 37 stranded Egyptians.