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As voting begins, MB delegates barred from polling stations
As voting begins, MB delegates barred from polling stations
The Helwan constituency in Egypt witnessed the Shura elections first violations as Muslim Brotherhood delegates were banned from entering their polling stations.
Tuesday, June 1,2010 09:19
IkhwanWeb
 Helwan constituency in Cairo witnessed the first violations during the Shura Council elections which began todau, as Muslim Brotherhood delegates were banned from entering their polling stations, claiming their documents were not approved by police headquarters

 

 Meanwhile, the delegates stated their documents met all the legal requirements and threatened to file complaints against those responsible.MB representative also complained that their polling station were surrounded by security agents making it difficult for voters to reach their ballot boxes.

tags: Shura Elections / MB Candidates / Polling Station / State Security / Moderate Muslim Brotherhood /
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