Hammond, Andrew
November 2000
Middle East;Nov2000, Issue 306, p10
Focuses on controversies related to the parliamentary elections in Egypt. Holding of the polls from October to November 2000; Mandating of judges to supervise voting in all polling stations across the country; Necessity of staggered scheduling of elections to comply with the legislation; Harassment of candidates of the Muslim Brotherhood; Cuts in the operations of the Egyptian Organization for Human Rights.


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