Kicks off Saturday, the second phase of Egypt's parliamentary elections abroad, with the deployment of some 160 thousand troops to secure the elections scheduled to be held indoors on Sunday and Monday.
The Egyptians cast their ballots Saturday in 139 embassies and consulates and diplomatic mission all over the world, and continue to vote tomorrow, to coincide with the start of voting within the country. And begin the voting process from nine o'clock in the morning until nine at night, according to the timing of each state.
At home, the second phase of elections will be held in 13 Egyptian province, including the capital Cairo, and the number of voters at this stage, more than 28 million voters, as evidenced by more than two thousand compete candidate on 222 seats.
Egyptian Armed Forces has announced that more than 160 thousand soldiers will be involved in securing the second phase of parliamentary elections in the provinces.
She added that the insurance process involving the second and third Almidanien armies, as well as soldiers from the northern area of military cooperation with the Navy.
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