Government Will Be Neutral in Presidential Elections, Welcomes Observers

Prime Minister Ibrahim Mahlab said, during a tour of Suez and Al Ataka harbour, the government is committed to the future roadmap adding it is keen to have transparent elections.

He said the government will be neutral in elections which will be held in a free atmosphere.

He said the Presidential elections will reflect the free will of the Egyptian people. A plan has been mapped out in cooperation between the police and the armed forces for securing elections, Mahlab said adding the government is keen to provide security and safety and will extend the facilities that enable citizens of casting votes.

He said the government welcomes the participation of any local or foreign organizations in observing elections and to make sure that elections are integral and transparent.

On the other hand, the Prime Minister discussed the problems of fishermen and promised to solve them. He promised citizens in Suez that Al-Ain Al-Sukhna will remain affiliated to their governorate.

The Prime Minister checked the security checkpoint (kilo 109) and hailed the role of the armed forces and civil police. He visited Bakeries complex, which was established by the Third Field Army in Ataka district and inspected the complex of the faculties of medicine and the hospital. He also inspected the social housing project, which includes 6144 housing units.


Source : Egypt State Information Service