The rerun of senate elections over a number of seats kicked off Tuesday and will conclude on Wednesday.
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 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.
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.
Gatherings, meetings and electoral conferences are banned due to COVID-19.
Political parties are disclosing the number of candidates they have chosen to run on lists and individually.
Ibrahim said 912 candidates have submitted their papers for the coming elections.
Egypt's National Election Committee has taken several measures to complete the course of the Senate elections process in light of the challenges facing Egypt.
The deadline for filing candidacy papers is July 18.
Twenty-seven primary courts across Egypt started receiving Saturday the applications of potential candidates running for Senate.
Businessman Ayman al-Gameel praised the government decision to run elections for the Senate, deeming it “a new celebration for democracy.”
Egypt will hold elections for the Senate on Aug 11-12, election commissioner Lasheen Ibrahim told a televised press conference on Saturday.
A Senate candidate, according to the bill, should be of Egyptian nationality and should have performed the military service and enjoy full political and civil rights and have a university degree.
Egypt’s President Abdel Fattah El Sisi on Thursday approved the draft laws regulating the legislative elections, the laws regulating the exercise of political rights, the laws on the Parliament, and the laws on the National Election Authority.
Egypt’s House of Representatives, approved, Monday in principal a bill to issue the Senate law.
The draft provides that the president has the right to nominate one third of the 300 members.
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