Written by Ibrahim Qasim Monday, September 25, 2023 05:51 PM Published National Elections Authority Locations of the notarization offices affiliated with the Real Estate Registration and Authentication Authority through which citizens’ powers of attorney will be issued in the presidential elections, as presidential endorsements are a basic condition for the eligibility of a presidential candidate to run in the presidential elections.
Today, the National Elections Authority held a press conference, during which Counselor Walid Hamza said that the National Elections Authority in its entirety, with Egypt’s judges behind it, will supervise the electoral process and is proud of this grave responsibility, and that the electoral process will take place under the judicial supervision of a judge for each box, and the follow-up of the media and Egyptian civil society institutions. And the external, and that the opening of the door to candidacy came on the centenary of the first parliamentary elections in Egypt.
The head of the Commission added during the conference that the Commission pledges that its work will be respected at home and abroad, and that it will be governed by the conscience of the judge, saying: “We stand at the same distance without bias or discrimination,” sending a message to the people, saying: “You have come a lot in order to enjoy… Egypt is stable. Participate in the elections, choose your candidate, ignore rumors and lies, and be certain that we are committed to serving the nation, so create your future by heading to the ballot box.
The timetable included the procedures for the presidential elections, according to what Counselor Walid Hamza announced in today’s press conference, opening the door for receiving candidacy applications for a period of 10 days, starting from October 5 until October 14, at the headquarters of the National Elections Authority.
The authority’s decision set the times for receiving applications from nine in the morning until five in the evening, except for the last day, when applications will be received until two in the afternoon.
The Commission has set October 16 and 17 to announce and publish the initial list of names of candidates and prepare recommenders or supporters for each of them, in the Official Gazette.
The schedule also included setting October 17 and 18 to receive candidates’ objections, and specified the period for examining candidacy applications and adjudicating objections from October 19 to 21, and notifying the excluded candidate of the exclusion decision and its reasons on October 22.
The timetable also included setting October 23 and 24 to receive and examine the candidates’ grievances, and to decide on the grievances and notify them within two days, starting from October 26.
The National Elections Authority set October 27 and 28 to submit appeals and register them in the Supreme Administrative Court’s docket, while it set October 29 to November 7 to adjudicate the appeals and publish them in the Official Gazette at the expense of the loser.
Counselor Walid Hamza said the timetable set November 8 as the last date for withdrawing candidacy applications and selecting candidates for electoral symbols according to the priority of submitting nomination applications, and November 9 was set for announcing the final list of candidates and their electoral symbols and publishing them in the Official Gazette.
Election propaganda begins on November 9.
The authority set November 15, for a period of 15 days before the poll, as the last date for relinquishing candidacy, and set November 29 to stop the electoral campaign and begin the first period of propaganda silence for Egyptians abroad in the two days preceding polling day, until 12 midnight, local time for each country.
The authority set 3 days for Egyptians to vote in Khar, with voting starting from nine in the morning until nine in the evening, each country’s time, on December 1, 2, and 3.
The authority set December 8 to stop the electoral campaign and begin the second period of propaganda silence for Egyptians inside the country in the two days before polling day for Egyptians voting inside.
Three days were set for Egyptians to vote at home, namely December 10, 11, and 12, and December 13 was set for the end of the counting process and sending the records to the general committees on all issues related to the voting process.
December 14 is also set for the National Authority to receive appeals against the decisions of the general committees, and December 15 and 16 to decide on the appeals submitted against the decisions of the general committees and election committees abroad.
The Commission set December 18 to announce the general result and publish it in the Official Gazette, and to resume electoral propaganda for the run-off on December 19.
It also set December 19 and 20 for submitting appeals and registering them in the Supreme Administrative Court’s docket. The period for deciding appeals before the Supreme Administrative Court is 10 days, starting from December 21 until December 30.
The timetable included that the electoral campaign would stop and the first period of propaganda silence would begin on January 4.
Runoff elections for Egyptians abroad begin on January 5, 6, and 7. The electoral campaign stops and the second propaganda silence period begins on January 7.
The run-off elections for Egyptians inside Egypt will be held on January 8, 9, and 10, with the sorting process ending and records being sent to the general committees on all issues related to the vote on January 11.
The National Authority receives appeals against the decisions of the general committees on January 12 and decides on the appeals submitted against the decisions of the general committees on January 13 and 14, provided that the final results of the elections are announced and published in the Official Gazette on January 16.
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