18 December 2012

Egypt: Absence of Some Judges in Some Committees Fabricated

Counselor Mohamed el-Tambouly, the member of the secretariat General of the High Elections Commission said the complaints submitted by citizens and human rights organizations are currently being probed.

El-Tambouly said that the complaints included allegations of collective voting, pressuring voters and delays in opening polling stations.

For complaints received about the absence of some judges in a number of committees, he said that this matter is fabricated and unacceptable.

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