Africa

Early Voting Begins for Egyptians Abroadi
|| 0:00:00
X
Jeff Swicord
December 13, 2012 9:15 PM
After weeks of protests across Egypt for and against a draft constitution backed by President Mohamed Morsi, early voting on the constitutional referendum has begun for Egyptians living abroad at 150 embassies worldwide. Jeff Swicord reports from Washington.

Early Voting Begins for Egyptians Abroad

Jeff Swicord

Published December 13, 2012

After weeks of protests across Egypt for and against a draft constitution backed by President Mohamed Morsi, early voting on the constitutional referendum has begun for Egyptians living abroad at 150 embassies worldwide. Jeff Swicord reports from Washington.


You May Like

Photogallery South Africa Bans Travelers From Ebola-stricken Countries

South Africans returning from affected West African countries will be thoroughly screened, required to fill out medical questionnaire, health minister says More

Multimedia UN Launches ‘Biggest Aid Operation in 30 Years’ in Iraq

Move aims to help thousands of Iraqi religious minorities who fled their homes as Kurdish, Iraqi government forces battle Sunni insurgents More

Video African Media Tries to Educate Public About Ebola

IT specialists, together with radio and TV reporters, are battling misinformation and prejudice about disease More