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Egypt’s Baheira Governor Promises Water Supply Services to Villages with High Turnout

Egypt’s Bahera governor Nadia Abdo has encouraged people to go vote in the 2018 presidential elections promising water supply and sanitation services to villages with high turnout, according to Egypt’s private newspaper Al-Masry Al-Youm.

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The farcical process of Egypt’s elections

In March 2011, I was in the border town of Salloum, at the land crossing from Egypt into Libya, ready to cast my vote in the referendum on constitutional amendments tailored by the then-ruling military council and their post-revolution partners from Egypt’s Islamist spectrum, led by the Muslim Brotherhood.

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Limited to moderate turnout in Lower, Upper Egypt on second day of voting

Egyptian citizens in governorates across the nation headed to polling stations on Tuesday for the second day of voting in Egypt’s 2018 presidential election. Egyptian are choosing between two presidential candidates: sitting President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi and the head of El-Ghad Party Moussa Mostafa Moussa.

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Sisi’s Farce Is a Show of Force

As polls open for what is difficult to describe sincerely as a presidential election, one must ask the question: Why would the Egyptian government and President Abdel-Fattah El Sisi put on such a farce in such an obvious manner, undermining any credibility for this vote? Most candidates have been railroaded …

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US, Canada, Australia to their citizens: Be careful during Egyptian election

The United States, Canada, and Australia advised their citizens in Egypt to exercise increased caution during the Egyptian presidential election’s duration, from 26 to 28 March.

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