National Election Authority
Gatherings, meetings and electoral conferences are banned due to COVID-19.
The National Election Authority, which is in charge of supervising the electoral process in the northeastern African country, has excluded expats in Libya, Syria, Yemen, and Somalia from voting in the August Senate elections, due to unstable conditions of these states.
The conference will be held at the headquarters of the State Information Service (SIS) subordinate to the Egyptian presidency.
The results of the referendum held in a number of border governorates including New Valley, North Sinai and Aswan have been sent to the NEA.
Lasheen Ibrahim met on Saturday with delegations from three NGOs including that of Volunteers Without Borders.
Deputy Chairman of the National Election Authority (NEA) Mahmoud El Sherif said that the workflow at all polling stations of the referendum on constitutional amendments is going on regularly.
President Abdel Fatal al-Sisi has cast his vote Saturday in the referendum on a set of proposed constitutional amendments on the first voting day in Egypt.
Egyptian expats headed on Saturday to embassies and consulates for the second day to cast their vote in the referendum on a set of proposed constitutional amendments.
The planned amendments expand the presidential term, and charge the national army with "protecting the constitution and democracy."
Printing Braille ballot papers comes as part of the efforts exerted by the NEA to facilitate the voting process for people with disabilities.
The Egyptian expatriates can vote in the planned referendum on constitutional amendments from Friday, April 19, to Sunday, April 21.
The amendments were approved on Tuesday by 531 out of 554 Parliament members.
A post that went viral on social media said that the public referendum on the constitutional amendments will be held on April 20 for Egyptian expatriates worldwide.
Mbacke said in a press conference that he realized that President Sisi is more concerned about Africa than earlier Egyptian presidents.
President Alexander Lukashenko of Belarus congratulated incumbent Abdel Fatah al-Sisi Monday for winning the presidential race against Moussa Moustafa Moussa.
British Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs Boris Johnson said he looks forward to working with President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi during his second term.
UAE President Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed bin Sultan Al-Nahyan congratulated President Sisi on Monday for winning re-election.
President Serzh Sargsyan of Armenia congratulated Sisi for winning the 2018 presidential election, and wished him the best of health, according to a statement by the embassy.
President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi won 97.08 percent of votes in the presidential election last week, while his hardly-known competitor received 2.9 percent.
On Monday, the National Election Authority will declare the final results of the 2018 presidential election.