Ahmed Maher, general coordinator of the April 6 Youth Movement, said on Monday that the group is launching a political awareness campaign under the slogan "White and Black Circles" aimed at educating citizens on the value of their vote in the upcoming parliamentary elections, which are slated for 28 November.
“The campaign aims to help voters distinguish between serious candidates and others,” he said.
His colleague, Ahmed Abdallah, said: “Monitoring parliament and its members is the main concern after the elections."
Observers believe that remnants of the dissolved National Democratic Party may win seats in the next parliament through illicit means, such as bribing voters or rendering certain social services in return for their votes.
Translated from the Arabic Edition