Learn about Mahmoud Al-Khatib’s list for the upcoming Al-Ahly elections

Learn about Mahmoud Al-Khatib’s list for the upcoming Al-Ahly elections
Learn about Mahmoud Al-Khatib’s list for the upcoming Al-Ahly elections

10:35 AM

Friday, October 22, 2021

Books – Abdul Hakim Taha:

The list of Mahmoud Al-Khatib, President of Al-Ahly, for the upcoming elections, was completed after submitting their candidacy papers before closing the door at seven in the evening today, Friday.

The most notable surprise was the inclusion of Hossam Ghaly in the list for the seats designated for membership over the age, while Khaled Al Darandali left the list and Khaled Murtaji rose in his place to run for the position of treasurer.

The duo, Muhannad Magdy and Muhammad Seraj Al-Din, after they crossed the age of 35, were present to compete for over-age membership seats.

And out of Al-Khatib’s list – unlike Al-Darndali – Rania Alouni, Jawhar Nabil and Ibrahim Al-Kafrawi, while Mohamed Shofi entered for the first time for membership over the age and Mai Atef is under the age in addition to the former member of the Council, Muhammad Al-Ghazawi.

The Al-Ahly elections are scheduled to be held on November 25 and 26, in a new cycle of the Red Castle, from 2021 to 2025.

According to Al-Ahly’s special bylaw, the board of directors consists of 12 individuals, the president, the vice president, the treasurer, and 9 members, including two members for youth under the age of 35 on the date of the nomination window.

The list of the preacher was as follows:

President

Mahmoud Khatib

vice president

Ameri Farouk

cashier

Khaled Murtaji

Over the age members

Hossam Ghaly
Mohammed Al-Ghazawi
Mohamed Eldamaty
Muhannad Magdy
Tariq Kandil
Muhammad Shawqi
Mohammad Siraj

Under age members

Mohammed Jamal Al-Garhy
May Atif

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