Minor violations reported in elections run-off
Both candidates' campaigns reported minor violations today in the run-off. State owned Al-Ahram reported that Shafiq's campaign has used air conditioned buses to transport voters to their polling stations.
Morsy's campaign reported seeing deceased peoples' names in voting lists and empty buses entering Central Security Force camps before emerging full of people wearing civilians clothes. They also reported that a Shafiq campaigner was arrested in Alexandria, and that supporters of the former president were asking voters to boycott.
Morsy's campaign also reported the arrest of 6 April activists in front of a Nasr City polling station ''for distributing water to voters''.
El Badil newspaper has reported in Gharbeya that judges have discovered that a ballot paper were already filled up with Shafiq's name before giving it to a voter. Another one discovered that there were ballot papers filled up pre hand for Morsy.
The Interior Ministry confirmed that their forces arrested a group of people distributing invisible ink pens around polling stations in an attempt to invalidate votes. They also arrested a group of people inAmeereya, Cairo, who tried to attack police officers in front of polling stations.
National Council for Human Rights issued a statement that listed the irregularities seen so far today, from low turnouts to violence and invisible ink pen.
Morsy's campaign: Police personnel were voting and Shafiq's campaign broke the electoral silence in Sharqiya.
Ikhwan sends lawyers to support 6 April activists who were arrested in front of a polling station in Nasr City
A polling station was shut down in Sharqiya after judges have discovered that 30 ballot papers have been filled out for Morsy.
2 Shafiq supporters were taking photos of their ballot paper, this is illegal.
Voters using their own pens in Assiyut, refusing to use the polling stations' pens.
Hundreds break into a polling station in Behera due to slow voting process.
Army arrests 4 people in Alexandria around polling stations distributing invisible ink pens.