Egypt’s Oil Minister، Tarek al-Mulla cast his vote earlier today، Sunday in the referendum on the constitutional amendments at “Maspero Garage” committee.
“Constitutional amendments are a key step to support The Egyptian state’s efforts in achieving a better future for Egyptians، and to continue the path of development and stability witnessed by the country nowadays”، AL-Mulla said in remarks to reporters after casting his vote.
Noteworthy، Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi cast on Saturday his vote in the referendum on the constitutional amendments at Martyr Mostafa Yousri Emeira School in Heliopolis، in the first moments of voting in Egypt.
Nearly 61.34 million Egyptians are eligible to vote in the referendum in 368 constituencies with 10،878 polling centers across Egypt.
The referendum continues until Monday 9 pm.
Voting on the referendum for Egyptian expatriates started on Friday at 140 Egyptian diplomatic missions abroad. Thousands took to the polling centers to cast their votes، mostly women.