9 AM CLT
Amr Moussa is voting at Fatma Anan school. It is expected that Shafik will vote in the same polling station that is being guarded heavily by police and army forces.
Here is a photo showing men’s queue outside a polling station in Cairo by dear Dr. Ahmed
9.48 AM CLT
Shafik is in his way to vote in the Fatma Anan polling station at the same time Morsi is staying at Sharkia government where he is going to vote in Zagzig , the capital of Sharkia governorate. Today Cairo's temperature will reach to 39 degrees.
Here is a photo from Reuters
They will vote for Shafik for sure .
Jimmy Carter is reportedly observing the elections at a school in Boulaq Abu Ela , Cairo. The Boycotters campaign is distributing posters and flyers against the elections in the Metro station.
Ahmed Shafik is currently casting his vote with huge security measures , he was attacked in the first stage by protesters.
Here is a ballot card invalidated by tweep Mariam Ibrahim who wrote about Shafik and Morsi “ The military’s dog, the guide’s dog”
@12:30 PM CLT
The presidential elections committee announced that the polling stations will be open till 9 PM.
Ann Peterson visited coupe of polling stations in Haram before heading to Giza’s polling stations.
Morsi voted it in Sharkia then returned back to Cairo to visit couple of polling stations. The two campaigns of Morsi and Shafiq accuse each other of violating the laws…etc.
@1:33 PM CLT
It is boring , so much boring anyhow here are more photos showing the invalid ballots
It is so boring.
The polling stations closed it doors at 9 PM. It is not excited anymore because actually we got political crisis without doubt. There is a low turnout thanks to two important facts : People are indifferent and frustrated, they believe Shafik will come and the weather is extremely hot.
Reporters and journalists had tough day in Egypt especially the foreign correspondents because of Shafik’s supporters. Activists also suffered a lot , some of them were detained and released.
Here are photos from today’s elections by Jonathan Rashad