Judge leaves his polling station to listen to songs and a Christian wears a veil and calls for Shafiq!

Judge leaves his polling station to listen to songs and a Christian wears a veil and calls for Shafiq!

16/6/2012

Samah Ibrahim

A judge presiding over elections in polling station number 22 in the El-Nasr school in El-Zawya El-Hamra left his work inside the polling station and handed out ballots to citizens because he was busy listening to songs on his laptop!

A woman wearing a veil was caught handing out pens to voters outside the El-Sadat school bearing the name of Ahmed Shafiq and his election logo, and when a female voter intervened in order to stop this activity which breaches the rules put in place by the Supreme Elections Committee she discovered a cross [tattooed] on her hand. The school’s head guard seized the pens after the lady fled.

In continuation of violations a judge in polling station 14 in the El-Sadat school steered voters to vote for Shafiq saying to each voter before he voted, “use this pen it’s Ahmed Shafiq’s pen”.

Originally published in Arabic on Ikhwanonline.

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2 comments
  1. Your mother said:

    Congratulations on taking over Egypt, Muslim Brotherhood! As you have probably noticed, things aren’t going so well, are they? The entire world is quickly learning that political Islam is a fraud, and soon, you will be destroyed by your own hubris and stupidity. I, for one, am terribly excited! Enjoy waiting for your doomed finale! The end of political Islam will be the greatest gift Egypt has ever given the world. Thanks so much!

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