Egypt: Poll Station Judge Begins Ballot Count 3 Hours Early
22 December 2012
Judge of al-Fateh Primary School polling station began on Saturday the ballot count three hours before poll stations officially close their doors for voters, Aswat Masriya correspondent reported.
The voting process still continues at the poll station with the ballot box open and the voted being counted.
The Higher Elections Commission had decided to extend voting hours until 11 p.m. due to the high turnout of voters.
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