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Arab League hails voting process of constitutional amendments referendum

MENA , Saturday 20 Apr 2019
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The Head of the Arab League (AL) mission to follow up the constitutional amendments referendum Haifa Abu Ghazaleh lauded the voting process of this important event as well as the vital role played by the National Election Authority in supervising the referendum.

This remark came during Abu Ghazaleh's inspection of a number of polling stations in Cairo's district of Zamalek in order to follow up the voting process.

In statements on Saturday, Abu Ghazaleh said that the voting process began smoothly in the polling stations despite the delay in some places, adding that the voters asserted that the referendum's logistics were available.

The voters highlighted also the key role played by the army and police personnel in securing the voting process, she added

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