[size=36]Electoral Commission: Dissemination of nearly 14 million biometric cards out of 17 million[/size]
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The media office of the commission said in a brief statement received by Mawazine News that "the Independent High Electoral Commission was able to distribute nearly 14 million biometric cards out of 17 million among voters."
The Independent High Electoral Commission, earlier, counted the number of remaining cards and voters who have not updated their data so far, while setting the date for the start of the international election observation process.
A member of the commission, Imad Jamil Mohsen, said that "about 30% of the voters have not updated their data so far, and those who did not update their data can vote through the electronic card, not the biometric," pointing out that "the voters who do not have biometric cards are born in 2001 and 2002. and 2003, because they did not update their data.
Mohsen added, "The commission cannot give them short-term cards because work is underway to reduce and dispose of them in order to avoid their problems on polling day."
He pointed out that "the number of cards remaining with the commission that were not received by the voters amounted to nearly two million and 600,000 cards," stressing that "there is a turnout by citizens to the registration centers to receive these cards."
He pointed out that "the Commission has enough time to distribute the remaining cards, and mobile teams have been moved to deliver them to the voters. Voters were contacted through their phone numbers registered in the update forms, and therefore the registration centers are currently witnessing a hand-over movement." Ended 29/A87