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Statement No. (2) (3 PM)On the third day of voting in the presidential elections, Mass marches organized by the two parties (Mostakbal Watan andHumat Al-Watan), in (Cairo, Alexandria, Beheira, Beni Suef, Minya, Sohag, Qena, Port Said) to urge citizens to vote

Press Release …………………………………………….. Observers of the “Egyptian Coalition for Human Rights and Development” monitored some mass marches organized by the two parties (Mostakbal Watan “Nation’s Future” Party, Humat Al-Watan, “Protectors of the Homeland Party”), in (Cairo, Alexandria, Beheira, Beni Suef, Sohag, Minya,

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Statement No. (1) (10 AM)   At the beginning of the third day of voting in the elections, regularity, and discipline in opening some committees in (Beni Suef – Gharbia – Luxor – Qena- Qalyubia – Aswan)

Press Release ……………………………………………………… At the beginning of the third day, the Observers of the “Egyptian Coalition for Human Rights and Development” monitored regularity and discipline in opening some committees in Beni Suef, Gharbia, Luxor, Qena, Qalyubia, and Aswan.

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Statement No. (4) (8 PM)    In the last hour of the second day of the presidential elections, the continued influx of voters to vote, and a large turnout in some governorate committees (Beheira, Minya, Sohag, Gharbia, Port Said, and Aswan)

Press Release …………………………………………………… Observers of the “Egyptian Coalition for Human Rights and Development” monitored in the last hour of the second day of the presidential elections the continued flow of voters to vote and a large turnout in the committees of (Beheira,

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Statement No. (3) (4 PM)   A remarkable turnout of young people to vote in some committees in (Alexandria – Beni Suef – Qena – Luxor)

Press Release ………………………………………………………… The Observers of the “Egyptian Coalition for Human Rights and Development” monitored the middle of the second day of the presidential elections, a remarkable turnout of young people to vote in some committees of Alexandria, Beni Suef, Qena, and

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Statement No. (1) (10 AM)Continued adherence to the opening dates of the committees and the delay in opening a limited number of committees

Press Release ………………………………………………………. Observers of the “Egyptian Coalition for Human Rights and Development” monitored at the beginning of the second day of the presidential elections the commitment to open committees in the governorates of Cairo, Giza, Qalyubia, Alexandria, and Gharbia. Coalition followers

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Statement No. (5)(9 PM)At the end of the first day of voting, crowding in front of the committees in Alexandria, Beni Suef, Gharbia, Qena, Luxor and Cairo.

Press Release ………………………………………………………….. At the end of the first day of voting, followers of the “Egyptian Coalition for Human Rights” monitored a noticeable increase in voter turnout, up to the point of crowding: The influx of voters to the committees at some

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Statement No. (4) (4:30 Pm) The Egyptian Coalition praises the efforts of the National Elections Authority in enabling people with disabilities to participate and calls for concerted efforts between the Authority and the National Council for People with Disabilities

Press Release ……………………………………………………… The Egyptian Coalition for Human Rights and Development praised the clear effort by the National Elections Authority in allocating committees for people with disabilities by providing logistical tools such as ambulances, wheelchairs, and other tools to facilitate the participation

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Statement No. (3) (3 PM) The Egyptian Coalition for Human Rights: An increasing and noticeable turnout for some expatriate committees in the governorates

Press Release ………………………………………………………………. In the middle of the first day of the elections, Observers of the Egyptian Coalition for Human Rights and Development monitored a heavy turnout of expatriates to the electoral commissions to cast their votes, in a noticeable phenomenon in