Higher Judicial Committee for Elections: Large turnout on polling stations in the provinces

Damascus- Member of the Higher Judicial Committee for Elections, Mukhles Qaisiya has affirmed that Judicial Subcommittees in different provinces have started their work since half past six in the morning, and the ballot boxes were opened to candidates’…

Damascus- Member of the Higher Judicial Committee for Elections, Mukhles Qaisiya has affirmed that Judicial Subcommittees in different provinces have started their work since half past six in the morning, and the ballot boxes were opened to candidates’ agents and the mass media to make sure that they were empty, then they were closed and the election process started at 07:00 a.m.

Qaisiya added, in a statement to SANA, that since the first minutes of opening the polling stations in the provinces and the start of the election process, we noticed a large turnout by citizens to participate in this constitutional entitlement, which shows the love of the Syrians for their homeland and their insistence on participating in building the future of Syria.

Qaisiya noted that the Higher Judicial Committee for Elections is following up the work of subcommittees, and it is present at its headquarters in Damascus, receiving calls and inquiries, and working to ensure the conduct of the electoral process in accordance with the constitution and the general election law.

Source: Syrian Arab News Agency (SANA)

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