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 Egyptian constitutional referendum monitor 5th report

14-01-2014, 21:11

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EACPE observers have noted that until 5:00 pm there was  a change of the head of the polling station because of his encouragement to people to vote No at Zarqa at Damietta. There have been rumors that cell phone messages have been sent to intimidate people from participating in the referendum in Kafr Saqr. In Zakazik, tires were set on fire to delay the voting process, while there was a great turnout in Bagour, Monoufia. Some of the most important observations were as follows: ...

 

 


 Egyptian constitutional referendum monitor fourth report

14-01-2014, 17:11

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EACPE observers monitoring the referendum process until 3:00 PM have noted that there were clashes between citizens and supporters of the Muslim Brotherhood (MB) in front of Al-Zahraa mosque in Sohag governorate, which resulted in three casualties. 
Turnout rates have increased with the ending of work-hours in the governorates of the Red Sea, Port Said, Kafr El –Sheikh and Assiut. Additionally, in Alexandria, supporters of the MB have marched to call for a boycott to the referendum. A fake bomb was found in Assiut, which was discovered with a note written on it by the group "Advocates of Jerusalem". A person on a motorcycle was arrested in his attempt to shoot at the polling station in Mahalla. Furthermore, the head of the polling station prevented illiterate voters from voting in Kafr El -Sheikh. 
This statement intends to highlight the most important observations:
EACPE observers monitoring the referendum process until 3:00 PM have noted that there were clashes between citizens and supporters of the Muslim Brotherhood (MB) in front of Al-Zahraa mosque in Sohag governorate, which resulted in three casualties. Turnout rates have increased with the ending of work-hours in the governorates of the Red Sea, Port Said, Kafr El –Sheikh and Assiut. Additionally, in Alexandria, supporters of the MB have marched to call for a boycott to the referendum. A fake bomb was found in Assiut, which was discovered with a note written on it by the group "Advocates of Jerusalem". A person on a motorcycle was arrested in his attempt to shoot at the polling station in Mahalla. Furthermore, the head of the polling station prevented illiterate voters from voting in Kafr El -Sheikh. This statement intends to highlight the most important observations: ...

 

 


 Egyptian constitutional referendum monitor 3rd report

14-01-2014, 14:53

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The observers of the Egyptian Association for Community Participation Enhancement (EACPE) have a number of notes on the referendum process until 1 PM. In Beni Suef, the first casualty was reported, burning of one armored vehicle, blockade of streets, an attempt to stop a hand grenade found in Etfeeh, and finally the detention of a journalist and photographer from Al-Jazeera channel - Mohammed Saleh- who was reporting in front of the polling station at Al Broompel Primary School in Etfeeh. 
The judge in charge of polling stations 17, 18 and 19 at martyr Fekry school in Berket El Sabaa directed voters to vote 'No' in the referendum. Security forces have blocked observers from Foundation of Justice for Development and Training from accessing the local unit polling station at Seflaq.
The observers of the Egyptian Association for Community Participation Enhancement (EACPE) have a number of notes on the referendum process until 1 PM. In Beni Suef, the first casualty was reported, burning of one armored vehicle, blockade of streets, an attempt to stop a hand grenade found in Etfeeh, and finally the detention of a journalist and photographer from Al-Jazeera channel - Mohammed Saleh- who was reporting in front of the polling station at Al Broompel Primary School in Etfeeh. The judge in charge of polling stations 17, 18 and 19 at martyr Fekry school in Berket El Sabaa directed voters to vote 'No' in the referendum. Security forces have blocked observers from Foundation of Justice for Development and Training from accessing the local unit polling station at Seflaq.

 

 


 Egyptian constitutional referendum monitor second report

14-01-2014, 13:33

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Technical error at the out-of-towners polling stations hinders the start point of voting in Port Said, complaints at the out-of-towners polling station at the Red Sea, a rally for supporters of Muslim Brotherhood on Haram street, clashes in Damietta, exploitation of children to urge people to boycott the Referendum in Fayoum, vehicles by Al Nour party urging people to vote Yes in the Red Sea and the governor urges voters to vote Yes inside the polling station, in Monofia residents siege the house of the Freedom and Justice party Secretary General and government official vehicles are used to urge people to vote Yes. These were the main observations so far, details as follow:

 

 


 Egyptian constitutional referendum monitor first report

14-01-2014, 12:41

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The Egyptian Association for Community Participation Enhancement (EACPE), through its observers across the different Egyptian governorates, is currently observing the Constitutional Referendum of 2013. our observers have noted the increased voting rates by voters in general, especially women and  the elderly, specifically in lower Egypt including Alexandria, and in Cairo. However they also noted that the Referendum process has been curbed by supporters of Muslim Brotherhood at numerous locations, such as  Al Khaiata village, Damietta. Our observers have also noted propaganda in favor of voting for Yes in front of certain polling stations, such as Al Shaab and Shagaret Al Dor schools in Baniswef, and in Samsata polling station there were military vehicles broadcasting songs encouraging people to choose Yes. 

 

 


 Within the Continuous "Administrative Procrastination" from The Supreme Committee of Elections and the "Prevention" of Monitoring The Referendum

13-01-2014, 21:01

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EACPE received 500 instead of 15,000 permissions

 

EACPE declares its condemnation to the stand of the Supreme Committee of Elections concerning the issuance of the referendum monitoring permissions of the Association. As the latter received 500 instead of 15,000 permissions! With no reasons. Hence, EACPE asks the committee to announce the reasons behind the exclusion of the rest of the supervisors.