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Egyptian Judges Portrayed Honorable Image in Polls
Egyptian Judges Portrayed Honorable Image in Polls In spite of thuggery and government pressures, most monitoring judges illustrated a respectable and fair image in the course of today’s vote. In el-Khaita village of Dametta constituency, which witnessed bloody instances, judges refused to transfer the polling boxes in armored vehicles and rented microbus at their own expen
Thursday, December 1,2005 00:00
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Egyptian Judges Portrayed Honorable Image in Polls

 
In spite of thuggery and government pressures, most monitoring judges illustrated a respectable and fair image in the course of today’s vote.
In el-Khaita village of Dametta constituency, which witnessed bloody instances, judges refused to transfer the polling boxes in armored vehicles and rented microbus at their own expenses.
 
In polling station no. 114 in el-Khaita village, where 12 of voters were abducted while police blocked electorate for a long time, its monitoring judge asked for bags to pack ballots in them in order to protect them against thugs but he found no bags, unfortunately.
 
In el-Arish City of Northern Sinai, a judge saved a journalist at the hands of thugs who were attacking him mercilessly.   


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