The strongest competitors for Al-Khatib’s list did not exceed 10 thousand votes

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belbalady Omar Rabie Yassin received 9,460 votes as the highest candidate outside Mahmoud Al-Khatib’s list to get votes. Despite this, this number did not help him to win, especially since his competitors got a higher percentage.

Omar Rabie Yassin submitted papers for his candidacy in the Al-Ahly club elections for the underage membership seat.

Yassin wrote on his personal page on Facebook, “I lost the elections and won 9,700 people who love me and I am independent. Congratulations to Captain Mahmoud Al-Khatib’s list, and God willing, I will be supportive of them as a member and I will return once again to the media platforms to complete the period of the election suspension.”

Counselor Waheed Ahmed Awad, head of the Judicial Committee supervising the Al-Ahly club elections, announced the results of the club’s elections for the new cycle 2021-2025.

The head of the committee announced that Mahmoud Al-Khatib had won the presidency of the club and the success of its entire list.

Counselor Waheed revealed the election numbers, which came as follows: Al-Khatib 19307, Al-Amiri Farouk’s 19472 vote, Engineer Khaled Murtaja 14210 Hussam Ghaly 19223 Tariq Qandil 18253 Muhammad Serraj 18701 Muhammad Shawqi 17804 Muhammad Al-Damati 19254 Muhammad Al-Ghazawi 18087 Muhannad Magdy 17220 Muhammad Al-Jarhi 15102 May Atef 14281 and Omar Rabie Yassin 9460.

Al-Khatib’s list includes, next to him, Al-Amri Farouk (deputy), Khaled Murtaji (treasurer), Muhammad Al-Ghazawi, Muhammad Shawqi, Tariq Qandil, Muhammad Al-Damati, Muhannad Magdy, Muhammad Siraj Al-Din, Hussam Ghaly and Khaled Abdel-Qader as over-aged members, with Mai Atef and Muhammad Al-Jarhi (underage). And it becomes the new National Council.

Counselor Waheed revealed the election numbers, saying that the number of attendance reached 22,000.

Counselor Abdel Hamid Nagashi, Vice-Chairman of the Supreme Judicial Committee supervising the Al-Ahly club elections, said that the elections did not witness any violations or complaints from the candidates.

He added that the elections took place in 156 committees, with 49 committees remaining to be counted.

He explained that the review takes place through 3 stages supervised by the judges, where there is a judge for each subcommittee who reviews and then 3 judges conduct the review before the last stage by computer.

The elections did not witness any competition with the exception of the two seats of the Fund Secretariat and the membership under the age, but also the two members of Khatib Murtaja’s list and May Atef excel.

Al-Khatib’s list includes, next to him, Al-Amri Farouk (deputy), Khaled Murtaji (treasurer), Muhammad Al-Ghazawi, Muhammad Shawqi, Tariq Qandil, Muhammad Al-Damati, Muhannad Magdy, Muhammad Siraj Al-Din, Hussam Ghaly and Khaled Abdel-Qader as over-aged members, with Mai Atef and Muhammad Al-Jarhi (underage). .

Saad Shalaby, CEO of Al-Ahly Club, said that the attendance in the club’s elections today exceeds 22,000 members, which is a large number in light of the Corona pandemic.

Shalaby stressed that the electoral process was well organized, and thanked the members of the General Assembly for their keenness to attend.

Members of Mahmoud Al-Khatib’s list in the Al-Ahly club elections exchanged congratulations after the unofficial preliminary results appeared, with the list winning in full.

Khaled Murtaji, the candidate for the treasurer’s seat, which indicators showed a noticeable superiority over his rival Khaled Al-Dardali, received special congratulations.

The audience chanted to Mahmoud Al-Khatib, “Bebo, Bebo,” the club’s president.

Al-Khatib was keen to thank the judicial committee that oversaw the elections.

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