Executive director of the National Election Authority (NEA) and Head of the Central Operations Room to follow up on Egyptians’ voting, Ahmed Bendari said on Sunday that the Operations Room monitored the intensity of citizens’ turnout at polling stations in the presidential elections since the first hour of voting.
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The Ministry has also contributed to the printing of electoral ballots in Braille to facilitate the participation of people with visual disabilities.
The voting process will be preceded by electoral silence starting at 12 a.m. on December 8, 2023.
Counselor Ahmed Bendary emphasized that any technical issues related to citizens' national ID cards would be promptly addressed.
Egyptian expatriates complete the third day of voting in the 2024 presidential elections across 104 committees worldwide.
Giza governorate will deploy an ambulance outside every polling station during the presidential elections Dec. 10-12.
Overseas voting for the 2024 Egyptian presidential elections began on Friday and will run for three days.
The overseas voting for the Egyptian presidential elections commenced on Friday and will span three days.
Voters present their national ID card or valid passport to verify their identity and check if they are registered in the voters' database.
The Egyptian Embassy in Australia opened its voting doors for the second consecutive day.
The voting abroad is taking place over three days from 1-3 December in 121 countries from 9 AM to 9 PM every day.
Egyptian expatriates in Saudi Arabia flocked to the polling stations on the second day of voting.
The overseas voting process, taking place in 137 embassies and consulates across 121 countries, has seen regularity in its operation.
The National Election Authority has established the central operations room to oversee Egyptians abroad exercising their voting rights.
Large numbers of Egyptian expatriates residing in Bahrain gathered at the Egyptian Embassy in Manama.
The delegation will be headed by Ambassador Khalil Ibrahim Al-Thawadi - Assistant Secretary-General, Head of the Arab Affairs and National Security Sector.
The presidential elections represent one of the most important constitutional entitlements that Egyptians around the world are preparing for.
The voting process within the country is set to begin on Sunday, December 10, and will continue for three consecutive days until Tuesday, December 12.
The press conference marked the commencement of a protocol-signing ceremony between the National Elections Authority and the Ministry of Youth and Sports.