The Arab Council for Human Rights: The Egyptians thwarted attempts to distort the elections
Abdel-Gawad Ahmed, head of the Arab Council for Human Rights, commented on the decline of the Reuters news agency on its flawed report on the electoral process, stressing that this retreat is the largest evidence of the integrity of the electoral process.
He added that the Egyptians have foiled the attempts of the West to distort the electoral process for the Egyptian presidential elections, stressing that the institution launched a campaign entitled “We are all going down to Egypt,” in order to make citizens aware of the importance of fulfilling their constitutional duty to go to the ballot boxes to cast their votes. And that the Egyptians have a great degree of awareness and surprised the whole world with their extensive participation.
He pointed out that the heavy participation of Egyptians in the presidential elections, which took place on 26, 27 and 28 March, affirms the people’s positive and the strongest proof of his cohesion and his insistence on the option of participating and voting for Egypt and its stability.The Arab Council for Human Rights: The Egyptians thwarted attempts to distort the elections