First day of voting for presidential elections
- Presidential candidate Abdel Fatah al-Sisi cast his vote in Heliopolis polling station.
- Security forces detonated two handmade bombs in Awseem and Hawamdeya in Giza.
- Interim President Adly Mansour calls for Egyptians to participate in the presidential elections on state owned channel.
- The EU Elections Observation Mission (EU EOM) to Egypt deployed its observers to different governorates Monday.
- Presidential candidate Hamdeen Sabbahi voted Monday in his polling station in Agouza.
- 13 million Egyptians queried about their polling stations through websites or SMS: Local Development Minister.
- Minister of Defense Sedki Sobhy inspects a number of polling stations and listens to the citizens’ demands and proposals.
- HPEC provided a number of reserve judges to assist the heads of the sub-polling stations due to the high voter turnout.
- Writing “I love you” on the ballot cards in the presidential elections will not void the votes: HPEC General Secretary.
- Women dominated the percentage of voters who participated in the first day of presidential elections Monday.
- Nour Party provided buses to transport voters to polling stations.
- Minister of Interior Mohamed Ibrahim inspected number of polling stations in Cairo and Giza to ensure security situation.
Prime Minister Ibrahim Mahlab announced the Cabinet will quit after presidential elections, he said in a press conference after inspecting the Cabinet information centre.
Chief of African Union Election Observation Mission to Egypt Mohamed Al-Ameen announced the mission did not experience any difficulties during first day of elections.
Ministry of Finance released a press statement Monday regarding the general budget of 2014-2015, noting that it will achieve the first steps of social justice.
Nearly 29,000 security forces deployed in front of the sub-polling stations in Cairo.
Some Muslim Brotherhood supporters set fire to tires on the Ring Road area of Qerdasa.