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The polls closed for the Al-Faisaly Club elections, with more than 96% of the members of the General Assembly entitled to vote, with 1,954 votes.
The process of preparing for the sorting of electoral papers began, as the polls were closed without an extension period and on time.
The General Authority of Al-Faisaly Sports Club approved the financial and administrative reports in the last period.
This came during the meeting today, Saturday, at the Sports Palace in Al Hussein Youth City, on the sidelines of the election day to choose a new board of directors for the club, for the next three years.
The head of Al-Qutaishat presented the administrative report, which included the most prominent achievements of the administration during its work in the last period, stressing that the club's debt amounted to 1,650 million dinars.
While the club’s treasurer, Osama Al-Akaila, presented the club’s financial report, reviewing the most prominent aspects of the club’s exchange and revenues, while the head of the committee supervising the elections, the assistant secretary-general of the Ministry of Youth, Majed Asila, presented the names of the presidential candidates and members of the board of directors.
The Minister of Youth, Muhammad Salama al-Nabulsi, had formed a committee to supervise the electoral process, headed by Asila, with 10 committees tasked with supervising the elections.
The polling process began at one o'clock and will continue until seven o'clock in the evening.
Engineer Nidal Al-Hadid and Suleiman Al-Assaf are competing for the presidency, as they head the two blocs.
The sons of the leader bloc, headed by Al-Assaf, includes Ahmed Qteishat, Lana Al-Jaghbir, Firas Wreikat, Essam Al-Rawabdeh, Dr. Omar Al-Zawahra, Fawzi Al-Ajarmeh, Mazen Al-Harases, Shahham Al-Adwan, Abdel Mohsen Al-Maaytah, and Marwan Ghanem, Hatem Al-Awamla and Talal Mansour were nominated as independent members.
The iron bloc, which was named "Al-Faisali Watan", includes Ahmed Al-Wareikat, Firas Hyasat, Ahmed Awad, Issa Al-Daajah, Dr. Ziyad Al-Hajjaj, MP Dr. Nimr Al-Sleihat, Sami Farraj, MP Dr. Nassar Al-Haysa and the engineer, Oroub Al-Abadi.