“Today I met with a group of political figures from different parts of Libya who submitted their nomination for the presidential election that should have taken place last year,” Bathily tweeted.
"Rashid won 162 votes, while Salih won 99 votes and 8 were considered invalid, out of the total number of voters of 269 deputies."
During the meeting, they probed the importance of maintaining political track to hold elections to reach national reconciliation and ensure Libya's stability and sovereignty.
The representatives called for holding parliamentary elections to restore democratic legitimacy.
The will of the 2.8 million Libyans who have registered to vote “must be respected”, he said in a report.
Haftar announced on Tuesday he will run in a Dec. 24 presidential election that aims to help end a decade of conflict.
“This winning represents a new addition to Egypt's distinguished diplomatic balance at the international level,” the statement said.
In a speech marking the inauguration of the media center of the Higher Election Commission, he said all parties are in a race against time to hold the elections.
“Bashar al-Assad gained 13.540.860 votes with 95.1% out of the total correct votes,” Speaker Sabbagh told a press conference, official SANA news agency reported.
IFAD has financed rural development projects in Egypt, with a total value of $ 1.12 billion, targeted nearly 1.5 million Egyptian rural beneficiaries since 1979.
Four people has submitted their candidacy papers to run for syndicate’s head
Egyptian Dr. Amani Abou-Zeid has been re-elected for the position of African Union's Infrastructure, Energy and Tourism Commissioner.
Egypt pledged to continue working on mobilizing international support for peace building in countries affected by conflicts, especially in Africa, which occupies the largest share of the committee's work program.
At the beginning, Shobashy greeted the soul of late Chairman of National Elections Authority Lashin Ibrahim for running a successful electoral process.
On December 7and 8, 2020, the runoff voting in the second phase of House of Representatives polls kicked off with 202 candidates vying to fill 101 seats at a total of 9,468 polling stations in 13 governorates.
Parliament Speaker Ali Abdel al-Aaal stated that House of Representatives election does not require resignation of Cabinet.
The National List coalition won by landslide in the first and third constituencies with a voter turnout of 29.5 percent in the first phase of the House of Representatives election.
The President affirmed the aspiration for cooperation and joint action to strengthen the strategic bilateral relations between Egypt and the United States, in the interest of the two friendly countries and peoples.
The second phase includes 13 governorates: Cairo, Qalyubia, Menoufia, Dakahlia, Gharbia, Kafr El Sheikh, Sharkia, Damietta, Port Said, Ismailia, Suez, North Sinai, and South Sinai.
Minister of Emigration and Egyptian Expatriates Affairs Nabila Makram said on Friday that Egyptian expatriates will vote in the second stage of the first round of the parliament's election on November 2-3.