Monitor the Parliamentarian Election 2010

  • Report

    Statement on the Results of Women Quota Seats in the First Round of the Parliamentary Elections

    2 Dec 2010

    Nazra for feminist studies issued a statement on the results of women quota seats in the first round of the parliamentary elections.

    Nazra for feminist studies, a member of the Independent Coalition for observing the Elections, observed the results election of the first round from gender perspective, through our observation to the results of the women quota seats of the first round, we noticed the following:

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    Statement on the Counting of the Votes of Women Quota Seats in the Parliamentary Elections 2010

    30 Nov 2010

    Nazra for feminist studies, a member of the Independent coalition of Observing the elections.

    Nazra observed the followings in the counting of the votes process:

    1. The lack of knowledge on the quota system in the electoral process was obvious in the counting of the votes process, ballot cards  of the women quota seats were in the general seats boxes , and many voted only for one candidate not two candidate professional or labor and this happened in the second committee (women quota seat) in Cairo governorate .

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    Nazra for Feminist Studies Releases a Statement on Women in the Election Day

    28 Nov 2010

    Nazra for feminist studies, the member in the Independent coalition for observing the elections, releases a special statement on women in the election day to choose the member of Parliament and the statement has some observations on women in the elections day, and they are:

    1. Because employees supervising the electoral process had limited knowledge about the women’s quota system, inaccurate information was given to women about the system.

    2. The ballot cards for the quota were not clear.

  • Press Release

    An Interactive Map to Monitor the Parliamentarian Election from a Gender Perspective

    8 Nov 2010

    Nazra for Feminsit Studies announced that it will monitor the parliamentary elections of 2010 from a gender perspective, through monitoring the various social, cultural, legal and economic factors that affect the empowerment of women in the elections.