Judicial supervision of local elections unprecedented: NEC

Judicial supervision of local elections unprecedented: NEC

[Egypt Today] - 07/11/2018

CAIRO – 11 July 2018: Mohamed Refaat, executive vice president of the National Elections Commission, said on Wednesday that the judicial supervision of local elections by the National Elections Commission is unprecedented. Refaat added during the round table organized by Al-Ahram Center for (...)

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