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For first time in history, polling stations set up in Halayeb city ahead of presidential poll

For the first time in Egypt’s election history, the country’s National Elections Authority (NEA) has set up an independent electoral committee for Halayeb city in the Red Sea governorate that has been tasked to open polling stations there for the presidential elections scheduled to begin on Monday.

Could Egyptian tribes tip electoral balance in upcoming election?

On Feb. 24, a number of tribes in the National Council for Arab Tribes announced their support for El Ghad Party head Moussa Mostafa Moussa, who is running against President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi in the upcoming election. The declaration was made during an El Ghad Party meeting at its headquarters …