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Ministry transforms 123 schools into election polling stations

The schools will host 764 committees led by judiciary officials and members of the Public Prosecution, serving as the primary and backup arrangements for the 2024 National Assembly elections.

  • The ministry mentioned preparations in 123 schools: Five as main committee headquarters in the five electoral districts, with 16 in the first district, 18 in the second, 22 in the third, 28 in the fourth, and 34 in the fifth.

  • Several meetings were held for participants to guide and direct them regarding the procedures that must be followed during the electoral process.

The Ministry of Justice established a fieldwork team on Thursday led by Undersecretary Hashem Al-Qallaf. The team’s task is to prepare and equip schools designated as polling stations for the upcoming elections.

In a press statement, the ministry stated that the preparations included 123 schools: five schools as headquarters for the main committees in the five electoral districts, 16 schools in the first electoral district, 18 schools in the second, 22 in the third, 28 in the fourth, and 34 in the fifth.

It was mentioned that the schools will host 764 main, original, and subsidiary electoral committees led by judiciary officials and members of the Public Prosecution as originals and as a precaution.

It was also noted that all the requirements for judiciary members and heads of electoral committees have been prepared and equipped for the polling day.

The ministry confirmed that the electoral headquarters were inspected to verify their readiness. Additionally, an administrative committee was formed to prepare all administrative, financial, and organizational requirements along with necessary services. It was noted that several enlightening meetings were held for participants to guide and direct them regarding the procedures that must be followed during the electoral process.



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