Journalist Diaa Rashwan, head of the State Information Service (SIS), launched his campaign slogan in the mid-term elections that he is running for the post of captain, entitled "Unification and prestige of the union".
The head of the State Information Service (SIS), Diaa Rashwan, submitted his candidacy papers last Sunday to the committee overseeing the midterm elections of the Journalists Syndicate in order to run for the post of captain.
It is noteworthy that the committee supervising the elections of the Syndicate of Journalists began last Sunday to receive applications to run for the post of captain of journalists and 6 members of the Council of the Bar in the midterm elections scheduled for Friday, March 1 next.
The union will start receiving appeals and waivers from 15 to 19 February, from 10 am to 3 pm, except for the last day until 12 noon, at the third floor of the council hall, with the final statements being announced on the same day.
The assembly will be held on March 1 next, in accordance with the Law 76 of 1970 establishing the union. The voting shall begin after the quorum of the general assembly is completed, in the presence of half the members +1 in the committees distributed in the union building. The counting begins and the result is announced in the big hall in the fourth floor.
In case of reinstatement, the General Assembly shall remain in session until the end of all counting operations. The elections shall be held on the following day, March 2, and the voting shall begin from 3 pm to 7 pm in the committees distributed within the union.
In case of non-completion of the quorum of the General Assembly, the second meeting will be held two weeks later on 15 March, and the quorum will be completed in the presence of a quarter of the number of members, with the registration of attendance from 10 am to 12 noon, and the hour and another hour, The building of the union, and the voting begins after the general assembly meeting in the committees distributed within the union building, then sorting and announcing the result in the big hall in the fourth floor.