“Challenges of the Popular Crowed in the Time of Corona”

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In light of unprecedented regional conditions and international challenges with the spread of a disease that has forced humanity to bow before it. In the coming days, the Egyptian state is preparing for a new test of popular will and to clarify its biases in the process of forming parliaments expressing their convictions by voting for the formation of the Senate (2020),  which is the first popular test for the amendments made to the texts of the constitution (2014) and included the addition of a chapter (seventh) consisting of (7) articles that restore the existence of a (second) room for Egyptian legislation under the name (the Senates). Voters residing outside the country go to the headquarters of the Egyptian diplomatic missions to cast their votes and choose their representatives for council membership will be held on Sundays and Mondays (9-10) August 2020, before Egyptians vote inside will begin on Tuesdays and Wednesdays (11-12) August 2020.

Despite many challenges facing the Senate’s electoral process (2020), which ranged from the acceleration of procedures in a way that the political or societal forces were not qualified for, and also the absence of an effective and influential public cadre in its local environment in a broad sense that is commensurate with the nature and composition of the new electoral districts, to publicity blackmailing campaigns launched by some political groups associated with non-national plans and capabilities to undermine the value of the Council and discredit its hypothetical roles in serving public life, ending the risks and challenges of conducting the electoral process.

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