Voters go to polling stations to choose their representatives in 24 vacant parliamentary constituencies
PROVINCES, April 13 (Saba) – Voters on Saturday morning went to polling stations in 24 constituencies in the capital Sanaa and nine provinces to elect their representatives in vacant seats in the parliament.
In the capital Sanaa, the head of the electoral supervisory committee, Ziad al-Rafiq, confirmed that the voting process in the parliamentary elections in the 17th constituency is proceeding normally.
He pointed out that the number of electoral committees in the constituency is 112 committees, noting the level of voter turnout is high in these elections in which four candidates are competing.
In Mahweet province, polling began this morning in 25 electoral centers to elect the representative of the electoral constituency number 242 at the Shibam Kokban district.
Al-Mahweet Governor Faisal bin Haider, Minister of Public Works and Roads, Ghaleb Mutlaq, Secretary General of the Local Council, Dr. Ali Al-Zaykum, Undersecretary of governor of Mahweet , Hamoud Shamlan and Director of Security in province, Brigadier Mohammad al-Hamzi, were briefed on the progress of the voting process.
The head of the Supervisory Committee in the province, Sharaf Abdul Rahman, said that the voting process is proceeding smoothly amid a large turnout by voters in 82 subcommittees distributed in 25 polling stations.