Sada El Balad : FM: every citizen casts his vote could shape Egypt’s future (طباعة)
FM: every citizen casts his vote could shape Egypt’s future
آخر تحديث: الأحد 21/04/2019 11:48 ص Basant Ahmed
Sameh Shoukry
Sameh Shoukry
Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry said on Sunday that Egypt is moving forward as every citizen casts his vote and shapes the future.
in a report broadcasted on MBC Misr 2 satellite channel، Shoukry added that Constitutional amendments are very important، as they feature that there is always a development in the society.
Egyptian citizens on Sunday flock to the ballot stations for the second day to vote on the referendum on constitutional amendments.
Egyptian expatriates began on Friday voting on constitutional amendments referendum which is set to take place from 19-21 April.
The Egyptian National Election Authority (NEA) announced on Wednesday that the constitutional amendments referendum will be held from 20-22 April inside Egypt.
The Administrative Prosecutors Club (APC)، headed by Chancellor، Abdallah Kandil decided to form an operation room to follow-up the judicial supervision of the upcoming constitutional amendments referendum.
APC spokesman، Chancellor، Ahmed Galal confirmed that the operation room will provide all means needed to create a suitable atmosphere for the administrative prosecutors to perform their national duty to the fullest، noting that the operation room will serve as a link between the members of the administrative prosecution، the National Elections Authority (NEA) and the concerned parties.
A total number of 531 Parliamentarians approved، Tuesday a draft report of a number of constitutional amendments presented earlier by its legislative committee. Only 22 parliament members refused the amendments while one member abstained from voting.