Aswat Masriya (Cairo)

Egypt: HPEC Forms Panel to Supervise Presidential Campaigns Funding

The Muslim Brotherhood nominated its candidate Khairat el-Shater who will run in the upcoming Egypt presidential election. ( Resource: The Brotherhood's Quest for the Presidency

The High Presidential Elections Commission (HPEC) has decided to form a panel to supervise the funding of presidential campaigns, supervising the sources and ensuring candidates do not violate Egypt's elections law.

Secretary General of the HPEC, Hatem Bagato, insisted that the panel has the authority to continue proceeding while it remains objective, reported Al-Ahram on Tuesday.

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