ECHRD Observers: “Relative Calm and Regularity in Opening Dates of Polling Stations in Some Governorates”

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Monday, November 23, 2020

Statement #2


Followers of the Egyptian Coalition for Human Rights and Development monitored relative calm in the first hour of the run-off elections for the first round of the 2020 parliamentary elections.

The coalition’s observers monitored relative calm and a strict commitment from the judiciary to start the voting process as scheduled at 9 a.m. in the governorates of Beni Suef, Luxor, Qena and Minya, in front of some polling stations, namely:

  • Beni Suef Governorate

First District: Beni Suef Center and City in the following Polling Stations:

– Martyr Saeed Mohammed Mohammed Hassan’s School Station

– Station of the Village Council of Barout Village

– Mixed Preparatory School station Al-Dweia Village

Second district: Nasser Center and City and Al-Wosta Center and City

– Mixed Preparatory School Station in Kufr Al Jazeera

– Boy’s Primary School station in Tahboush Village

– Station of the Kom Abu Radhi Primary Institute Village of Kom Abu Radhi

– Station of Al-Yacoubi Primary School in The Village of Abyit.

  • Qena Governorate.
  • Stations 14, 15, 16, Hijazi Qebly Preparatory School.
  • Stations 23, Hijaza Qebly Elementary School.
  • Stations 132, 133, The Bahri Al-Balad School Naqada.
  • Luxor Governorate
  • Stations 22, 23 School Complex Maris, Luxor.
  • Minya Governorate
  • Stations 182, 183, 184, 185, Kafr al-Mansour StateSchool.
  • Stations 189, 190, 191, Mansoura New ElementarySchool.
  • Station 152 new Oruba schools, Matai and Samalout district.

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