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Supply Minister Votes in Egypt's 2024 Presidential Elections

Sunday، 10 December 2023 - 12:30 PM

Supply Minister Ali el Moselhi casts his ballot in the country's 2024 presidential election at a constituency in Agouza district.

Moselhi urged young people to take part in the election.

Voting, which began at 9 a.m., will run for three days, with results due to be announced on December 18.

The process will be supervised by 15,000 judges in the subcommittees and polling stations.

The candidates running for the presidency include incumbent President Abdel Fattah El Sisi, who is running for a third term in office and whose electoral symbol is a star; Farid Zahran, the leftist opposition Social Democratic Party candidate with the sun as his electoral symbol; Abdel-Sanad Yamama, candidate of the Wafd party who has chosen the palm tree as his electoral symbol; and Hazem Omar, the Republican People’s Party candidate, with the ladder as his electoral symbol.

The National Elections Authority (NEA) has completed all necessary preparations for the election, including the establishment of 11,631 polling stations in 9,376 electoral centers.

On Wednesday, the NEA announced that it approved 24 embassies, 67 diplomats, and 220 international observers from 14 foreign organizations, along with 68 local organizations and 22,340 local observers from six local NGOs to observe the elections.


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