17 January 2014

Egypt: Interior Minister Hails Role of Army, Police in Securing Referendum

Minister of Interior Mohamed Ibrahim hailed the sincere efforts exerted by the policemen and armed forces to secure the referendum process which was very successful in terms of security, saying that such efforts prevented any transgression on balloting stations or any attempt to hurdle the arrival of citizens to cast their votes.

He also lauded that efforts of Egypt's judges during the two-day referendum, noting that the Egyptian people showed one of the greatest images of cohesion with the police and army personnel.

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