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First, second day of constitutional amendments witnessed high turnout
Many Americans find the major presidential candidates unappealing and are looking for alternatives. Whichever candidate is more successful at wooing disaffected voters could have a major advantage at the polls.
“Public approval of parliamentary performance is in monthly decline, and could near zero popularity by end of first legislative term,” says report
In a major feat for a country plagued by unrest, the people of Central African Republic queued up to vote in key elections. ‘We are voting in dignity and peace and I am proud,’ the outgoing interim president said.
The mobilising of voters and their transportation to polling stations come on top of the violations witnessed. Mohamed El-Shentnawy, from the Maat foundation’s international joint observatory mission, explained to Daily News Egypt how candidates mobilise voters.
Villagers in Upper Egypt vote based on tribal feud, says El-Agamy
Egyptian foreign minister is on two-day trip to the Gulf country to discuss international security in Middle East
Elections commission states that creating such stations might have jeopardised the validity of the elections’ results
“Every vote we have got has a heroic story behind it,” says Hamdeen Sabahy
Al-Sisi, Sabahy hold meetings over their presidential campaigns
The organisation is calling for the abolishment of preregistration
The centre deployed an “expert mission” which assessed the political and legal context around the presidential elections, providing recommendations
Sabahy addresses controversial topics, while Al-Sisi speaks about development prospects in the Sinai Peninsula on day 11 of campaigning
Party spokesman describes the sentencing as “harsh” and surprising
In a landslide vote, the constitution was approved by 98.1 % of voters
Anti-Coup Alliance claims voter turnout “only reached 8%”
Purpose of the amendment is to facilitate voting for citizens in the upcoming constitutional referendum, says the Presidency
A former member of parliament brought attention to an alleged 14 million increase in the number of voters, claiming voters do not exist
Can boycotting the parliamentary elections yield results for the opposition?
Opposition demand repeating the first phase of the referendum and taking steps to ensure no violations happen in the second
Voters from 10 governorates cast their ballot on the draft constitution