Egypt Independent

Elections commission says voting proceeding normally, no complaints submitted



On Monday, the Presidential Elections Commission said that voting across the country was proceeding normally as millions of Egyptians voted to select a new president.

Abdel Aziz Salman, PEC secretary general, said that the commission had not received any complaints. He added that he had personally seen a high turnout.

Salman also said that official reports showed that all polling stations opened on time. 
 
"All judicial workers arrived early enough at the various polling stations," he added.

A number of observers and news reports had said that there were some delays in a number of provinces.

Salman also said that, so far, there have been no complaints from supervising judges or voters.

Edited translation from MENA