Aswat Masriya (Cairo)

15 December 2012

Egypt: MOH - 4 Injured in Constitutional Referendum

Egyptians have voted in the first round of a referendum on the country's draft constitution. The vote will be broken up over two rounds, with the ... ( Resource: Polls Close in Egypt Constitution Referendum

Egypt's Ministry of Health announced on Saturday that four people have been injured in the referendum on the constitution in Cairo and other provinces.

One case was transferred to an Alexandria hospital while another who suffered chest pain was transferred to a Shubra hospital in Cairo. The other two cases were in Sharqiya and Daqahilya.

Egyptians began voting in the referendum on the country's new constitution on Saturday.

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