25 February 2013

Egypt: Presidency Says National Dialogue Session On Tuesday Aired Live

Photo: Amru Salahuddien/Xinhua
Voters wait to vote at a polling station in Qaliobeya (file photo).

Egypt's presidency on Monday said it invites all national powers with their different spectra to a national dialogue session on Tuesday, adding that the session will be aired live.

The session will have discussions of guarantees for ensuring the integrity and transparency of the parliamentary elections scheduled to start on April 22.

The dialogue will also include all suggestions and proposals which different political powers offer to guarantee the objectivity of the electoral process.

In a statement on its Facebook page, the presidency said the session will be held on Tuesday at 5.30 p.m. at Ettihadiya presidential palace in Cairo.

A detailed report on the session will be sent to the Higher Elections Commission.

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