12 January 2014

Egypt: 14,000 Judges to Supervise 30,000 Polling Stations

The High Elections Commission under Counselor Nabil Salib, the Chief Justice of Cairo Court of Appeal said 13,867 judges have been appointed to supervise the referendum on the constitution which will be held on Tuesday and Wednesday 14-15/1/2014.

Meantime, the Minister of Local Development Adel Labib said the Ministry has taken all preparations for the referendum on the constitution.

Labib said coordination has been maintained with different bodies for securing easy access of citizens to polling stations.

Electricity companies nationwide have taken all preparations for avoiding any power outage in any polling station.

Meantime Egyptians abroad continued to cast their votes in the referendum on the constitution.


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