The court then adjudicates the appeals submitted by the losing candidates or the winners, and those running in the run-off round during a period of 10 days from August 22 to 31.
Egypt's Ambassador in Algiers Ayman Musharrafa attended Wednesday the count of votes Egyptian expats in Algeria cast by mail in the 2020 Senate election, which was held abroad on August 9-10.
Citizens and officials, including the President, were seen while casting their ballots in the elections of the re-instated Egyptian Senate, amid calls for citizens to practice their constitutional right for the vital role the Senate is expected to play in the political scene.
The National Election Authority headed by Judge Lashin Ibrahim announced on Wednesday the closure of all polling stations for the Senate elections and the start of the vote-counting process.
Egypt’s Prime Minster Moustafa Madbouly Thanked all parties participated in organizing 2020’s senate elections, during a Cabinet video-conference meeting, Wednesday.
Egypt’s Ministry of Health urged all voters not to abandon their face masks during casting their ballots, Wednesday, in order to avoid spreading COVID-19 among citizens.
Counselor Lashin Ibrahim, head of the National Elections Authority and deputy president of the Court of Cassation said that all electoral crimes extinguish by time. He pledged to apply the elections fine against those who miss voting.
The second day of Senate Elections kicked off at home on Wednesday.
The first day of the 2020 Senate election concluded peacefully and productively in all governorates across Egypt, with some cities witnessing high turnout and other with medium turnout.
Egypt’s Minister of Culture Inas Abdel Dayem said that the Senate comes to balance the legislative life in Egypt.
The General Command of the Armed Forces had taken all measures to secure the 2020 Senate elections nationwide, and provide a safe environment for citizens to cast their votes.
Egypt started home voting process in the Senate Elections Tuesday, after it concluded expats vote Monday.
Egypt’s Minister of Health Hala Zayed said 2,858 ambulance vehicles and 11 water ambulances were deployed nationwide, to secure the Senate elections in terms of the medical situation, the Health Ministry said in a statement.
The Egyptian Embassy in Algeria on Sunday received expats’ ballots by email in Senate elections, which kicked off on Sunday 9:00 am local time for Expats and is set to last until Monday.
Egypt’s Minister of Immigration called on all Egyptians abroad to cast their ballots on the first day of the Senate elections, which kicked off on Sunday 9:00 am local time for Expats and is set to last until Monday.
Egyptians abroad are due to cast their ballot in the Egyptian Senate election on Sunday via the mail.
“First of all, I call on all Egyptians to be keen on exercising their constitutional right to choose their representatives in the second parliamentary chamber,” Abdel Aal told Alaa Thabet, Al Ahram’s editor-in-chief.
The Ministry of Interior has arrested a terrorist cell in Alexandria over producing fabricated videos on Egypt, as part of the efforts to reveal hostile plans by terrorist Brotherhood organization.
Ministry of Foreign Affairs called on Egyptians abroad to register their data via the official website of the National Elections Authority as of Saturday, July 25 and until Friday, July 31.
The Egyptian Coalition for Human Rights and Development (ECHRD) has organized a training course for observers of the Senate elections, set to be held in August, with the participation of representatives of 25 non-governmental organizations.