The implementation of the ‘right to arrest’ on a woman that sparked unrest in a Giza polling station
In an attempt to disrupt the referendum process, a Christian voter named Iman Sobhy Rizkillah at Al-Ahram Commercial Secondary School in Al-Ramaya, station #6, filmed the station on her mobile phone, objecting that the judge gives the staff member a voting paper, which in turn is delivered to the voter.
This lady accused the judge with desire to forge and provoked an altercation with the judge and staff, and insisted on the closure of the station for more than half an hour.
The police and army intervened and the voter was arrested, and Judge Hassan Sayyed Hassan Mohamed, the supervisor of station #6, submitted a note against her after the staff and observers signed it.
And after the return of the judge of the Supreme Elections Committee to the station, the right to arrest was implemented on this lady for inciting trouble and for accusing the judge and staff of fraud without reason.