NCHR: Election process positive, Sept. 9
Monday، 20 July 2009 - 12:00 AM
National Council for Human Rights stated, in its session headed by Dr. Boutros Ghali, that its field committees noted two noteworthy remarks in the election process; high turnout and a smooth electoral process with no security interference to affect the secret balloting or the voters’ right to choose their favorite candidate according to reports of NCHR committees, which visited number of polling stations, and reports of NGOs and human rights organizations.
NCHR said that some committees noted that some polling stations were crowded which led some voters to leave without voting. The council added that it will issue a detailed report after analyzing and collecting reports, complaints and remarks came to the council from different committees and organizations of human rights.
The statement, edited by Dr. Boutros Ghali, Head of the council, and Dr. Kamal Abul Magd, Vice-President of the council, made it clear that Dr. Kamal Abul Magd held a meeting on Wednesday 7, with Chief of the Higher Presidential Election Commission and some of its members aiming at enabling civil community to follow up election process.
(Al Ahram-Al Gomhuria-Al Wafd-Al Akhbar- Al Masri Al Yom, 9/9)