The second and last day of resident Egyptians voting kicked off on Wednesday at 9:00 a.m. and will conclude at 9:00 p.m.
The polling places opened their doors at 9:00 a.m.
The second day of expats voting in Senate elections kicked off Monday starting with China.
The National Election Authority has answered the 12 most common questions from Egyptians abroad regarding their vote in the 2020 Senate election. Below is the Q&A.
The National Election Authority declared Sunday the start date of the electoral campaigns as it announced the final lists of candidates running for Senate seats.
Ibrahim said 912 candidates have submitted their papers for the coming elections.
Twenty-seven primary courts across Egypt started receiving Saturday the applications of potential candidates running for Senate.
Egypt will hold elections for the Senate on Aug 11-12, election commissioner Lasheen Ibrahim told a televised press conference on Saturday.
The National Election Authority (NEA) under the chairmanship of counselor Lashin Ibrahim, Head of the Cassation Court embarked upon preparations for the upcoming Senate (upper house of parliament) election.
The draft provides that the president has the right to nominate one third of the 300 members.
Sigini, however, noted that tackling the coronavirus crisis and its economic and health implications in Egypt now has the priority, saying that talks about the next election during the current situation would be “useless.”
The convention is organized by the Supreme Constitutional Court under the auspices of President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi.
Abdel Aal also stressed in his speech during the Parliament sessions that in the coming days a number of actions will be taken against the sentenced corrupt members.
Dr. Sherine Ghaleb is elected for Cairo Doctors Syndicate.
There are two polling stations in Egypt for the Tunisian elections in both Cairo and Alexandria.
The phase of electoral silence started on Saturday in Tunisia, a day before voting in the parliamentary elections kicks off in the country.
Populist candidate and academic Kaïs Saïed and businessman Nabil Karoui are vying in the second round of elections slated for October 13.
The new EU Parliament is set to convene for the first time in Strasbourg, France, on July 2, 2019.
The African summit meeting on Sudan held in Cairo has kicked off on Tuesday.
Diaa Rashwan was elected Chairman of the Syndicate of Journalists in the elections held on Friday.