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PHOTO GALLERY: Egyptians abroad vote in presidential poll


Voting abroad
A man wrapped in the Egyptian flag casts his vote at a polling station in Amman, Jordan on Thursday (Photo: AP)
Voting abroad
Egyptians chant in favour of Abdel Fattah El-Sisi while carrying his photo and the Egyptian flag in front of the Egyptian embassy in Amman, Jordan on Thursday (Photo: AP)
Voting abroad
An Egyptian man living in Jordan casts his ballot at the Egyptian embassy in Amman (Photo: Reuters)
Voting abroad
An Egyptian woman casts her ballot for the presidential election at the Egyptian embassy in Amman (Photo: Reuters)
Voting abroad
Egyptian expatriates living in Lebanon shout slogans in support of Egypt's presidential candidate and former army chief Abdel Fattah El-Sisi in front of the Egyptian embassy in Beirut (Photo: Reuters)
Voting abroad
Egyptian expatriates living in Lebanon shout pro-Sisi slogans as they hold an Egyptian flag along with pictures of the former army chief in front of the Egyptian embassy in Beirut (Photo: Reuters)
Voting abroad
An Egyptian official, right, registers the name of an Egyptian woman, left, who lives in Lebanon as she arrives to cast her ballot at a polling station in Beirut on Thursday (Photo: AP)
Voting abroad
An Egyptian man who lives in Lebanon casts his ballot at a polling station in Beirut (Photo: AP)
Voting abroad
An Egyptian man casts his vote for the presidential election at the Egyptian consulate in Dubai (Photo: Reuters)
Voting abroad
Egyptians living in Jordan cast their ballots for the presidential election at the Egyptian embassy in Amman (Photo: Reuters)
May
15

Egypt's first presidential election since Mohamed Morsi's ouster kicks off on Thursday with Egyptian expats voting in 124 countries

Egyptians living abroad began to cast their ballots on Thursday in a presidential poll that is expected to bring former army chief Abdel-Fattah El-Sisi to power.

Egyptian embassies and consulates across 124 countries are expected to open Thursday for voting over 12 hours, from 9am local time, Egypt's foreign ministry said.

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