14 January 2014

Egypt: PM - Ballot Casting in Referendum On Constitution Moves Smoothly

Prime Minister Hazem el-Biblawy said on Tuesday 14/1/2014 that voter participation in the referendum on the constitution which kicked off today is going smoothly without incidents.

In press statements while following up the ballot casting process via the Cabinet operation room, he added that this day is historic for Egypt and is aimed at laying out bases for a new society.

Meanwhile, Red Sea Governor Major General Ahmed Abdullah said that voting process in his governorate is moving on smoothly and calmly.

Also, in Luxor, Governor Tarek Saad Eddin said the voting is going on amid high turnout.


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