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BREAKING: Egypt referendum to extend…

Peter Munyanyi
Written by Peter Munyanyi

Egyptians voted on Saturday in a referendum that aims to reinforce the law of President. The law adjustments is to lay tiles for the President of the country Abdal avata asis to lengthen ruling Egypt up until 2030.
Egyptians were voting on Saturday in a three-day referendum on the suggested modification. Voters were being asked to stand in for amendments to the constitution to pave way to Sisi, aged 64, to elongate his term.

Egypt sets date for referendum on extending Sisi’s throne. Head of the National Election Authority Lashin Ibrahim told a press conference that the vote will “take place inside Egypt” from April 20-22 and start a day earlier at diplomatic missions abroad.

This determination came subsequently when the Egyptian parliament member overwhelmingly agreed with all the constitutional changes of stretching Sisi’s term. Despite of revolting against new constitutional laws with other human rights groups saying this new constitutional laws is full of suppression and dominion.
The law will prolong the president’s term from 4 years up 6 years, whereas an Egyptian leader is to rule only two terms. If this amendment succeed Abdal Avata Asis will remain in power until 2024 despite the fact that his term was to end 2022.

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