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Second Round Voting in the Afghanista...
Kabul, Afganistan
By Chinar Media
14 Jun 2014

June 14, 2014

Kabul, Afghanistan

Afghans head to polling stations to elect a new president in the second round of the Afghan presidential election. Voting moved regardless of the threat of Taliban attacks.
  00:00 wide and medium shots of police checking people before enter the polling station
00:10 wide and medium shots of people stand in line waiting to enter to polling station
00:20 wide medium and close up of people entering the polling station
00:34 people are registering their name to get ballot papers
00:38 Election staff registering the people's names
00:42 man putting his finger into the ink. And writing the person's election card number
00:52 election staff giving out ballot paper
01:06  a man casting his vote in the ballot box
01:09 Interview a Pariwah a female speaks in Dari

"My message to the women of Afghanistan, they have right to vote, and they have right to choose their future. They should not have worries regarding security, and come to cast their and decide the future of their life, their child and their country."

01:33 Ghulam Ahmad Mustafa a man speaks in Dari

"I am happy that I am participating for the 4th time in an election. And my card is the first election card which I have kept until now. This is natural right of Afghan people and hope from all people whether we will be alive or not and they should participate in election. They should decide their legal candidate, in order to reach to our objectives."   02:06 End
 

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Conference to Support Sisi 10052014
Cairo, Egypt
By Amir Nabil
12 May 2014

Conference held on May10, 2014, by “The People Command Movement” in “Al Safir” hotel, Cairo, Egypt, to support presidential election candidate Abdel Fattah al-Sisi.

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Voxpops Egyptian Elections Boycott Ma...
Cairo, Egypt
By Amir Nabil
11 May 2014

The Egyptian presidential election is scheduled for May 26. Cairo residents were asked about reports that voters are being urged to boycott the election.

Hamdi Al Fakharani - Former member of the parliament:
"I am totally against the boycott, I want everybody to contribute, come down and say no, state your opinion, in the elections of Shafik and Morsi, I went and I voted, we should all contribute and have an opinion and be present, but whoever sits at home is not counted, he simply gave up his right to chose, the president wouldn’t give him or his requests any attention, he sat there and joined "Hezb al Kanaba" (the Couch party)."

Mohamad Abd Al Hameed - Employee:
"Of course I will join the elections and any person who doesn’t should be out of the country, this is an important step in our lives and we should all join in this, a person is free to chose whoever he wants, but at least he should contribute in the elections, the amount of people who will contribute in the elections will show the rest of the world how we are living and where out country is heading."

Interviewer:
Will you contribute in the elections?

Hanaa - House Wife:
"I haven’t thought about it yet"

Interviewer:
Do you belong to "Hezb al Kanaba" (the Couch party) ?

Hanaa:
Yes I belong to "Hezb al Kanaba" (the Couch party) and proudly
It is not because I don’t care about politics, I am just not optimistic, I am not positive that our country will be good again. I belong to "Hezb al Kanaba" (the Couch party) and I’m proud.

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Final List Syrian Presidential Candid...
Damascus, Syria
By Transterra Editor
10 May 2014

May 10, 2014
Damascus, Syria
The final list of candidates for the June 3rd presidential election was announced today in Damascus. They are Maher Abdul-Hafiz Hajjar, Hassan Abdullah al-Nouri and Bashar Hafez al-Assad.
At a press conference, Supreme Constitutional Court Spokesman Majed Khadra said the announcment of the final list is notification to the approved candidates to start their election campaign as of Sunday May 11.
Shotlist:
Various Damascus street scenes with Assad posters and billboards.
Supreme Constitutional Court Exteriors.
WS news conference
Majed Khadrah, Spokesperson of the Supreme Constitutional Court
“ The Supreme Constitutional Court announces the final list of the candidates names for the Syrian President post according to their submission of applications in the records of our court and the names are: Number one Maher Abdulhafiz al-Hajjar, Two Hassan Abdullah al-Nouri, three Bashar Hafez al-Assad. This declaration is considered a notification for the candidates to start their election campaign as of Sunday May 11th 2014. This announcement is to be published in the official newspaper and in two daily newspapers”

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Syrian Presidential Candidates Final ...
Damascus, Syria
By Transterra Editor
10 May 2014

Location: Damascus, Syria
Slug: Supreme Constitutional Court/ Presidential elections candidates
Duration: 1:16
Language: Natural/Arabic
Source: TTM 
Restrictions: TTM Clients only
Dateline: 10/05/2014

Supreme Constitutional Court: Three presidential candidates approved in final list
 Syrian Supreme Constitutional Court spokesperson Majid Khadra announced on Saturday that the final list of presidential candidates for the June 3rd election include Maher Abdul-Hafiz Hajjar, Hassan Abdullah al-Nouri and Dr. Bashar Hafez al-Assad only. At a press conference, Khadra said the announcment of the final list is considered as a notification to the approved candidates to start their election campaign as of Sunday May 11th, 2014.

Shotlist:

  1. Med of a sign reading in arabic: Supreme Constitutional Court
  2. Tilt down of the Supreme Constitutional Court headquarters
  3. Med of cameras in the presser
  4. (soundbite)(ARABIC) Majed Khadrah, Spokesperson of the Supreme Constitutional Court
    “ The Supreme Constitutional Court announces the final list of the candidates names for the Syrian President post according to their submission of applications in the records of our court and the names are: Number one Maher Abdulhafiz al-Hajjar, Two Hassan Abdullah al-Nouri, three Bashar Hafez al-Assad. This declaration is considered a notification for the candidates to start their election campaign as of Sunday May 11th 2014. This announcement is to be published in the official newspaper and in two daily newspapers”

  5. Med of cameras

  6. Wide of the Supreme Constitutional Court

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Egypt Election Vox Pops May 9, 2014
Cairo, Egypt
By Amir Nabil
09 May 2014

The Egyptian presidential election is scheduled for May 26. Cairo residents were asked which candidate they favor.

Interviewer:
Who will you vote for?
Siham, General manager in Egypt's Insurance company, Supports Al Sisi to be president for Egypt:
The marshal Abd Al Fattah Al Sisi.
Interviewer:
Why?
Siham, General manager in Egypt's Insurance company, Supports Al Sisi to be president for Egypt
Because he protected us and relieved us from a huge burden that we weren’t able to get rid of.
Interviewer:
Who will you vote for and why?
Sayed Khalifa, an employee in a company of tourism, supports Al Sisi to be president for Egypt:
I will vote for the man who protected Egypt, one the sons of Egypt, the Marshal Abd Al Fattah Al Sisi.
Interviewer:
Why?
Sayed Khalifa, an employee in a company of tourism, supports Al Sisi to be president for Egypt:
He did so much for this country and got us out of problems and saved us from many dangers.
Sherif, an accountant, supports Hamdeen Sabbahi:
I will vote for Hamdeen not because I want him, but because I don’t want to vote for Abd Al Fattah Al Sisi, I don’t think we will have any freedom with him, I have seen him in many programs with Lamis Al Hadidi and Khayri Ramadan and how he got angry and started saying that there will be no protests and he is only a front that people blindly follow, I am against him in everyway and I am against everything he had done.
Mohamed Eisa, works in iron and steel, supports Hamdeen Sabbahi:
I will vote for the person who is weak and isn’t surrounded by people who want to take advantage and that person is Hamdeen Sabbahi.
Interviewer:
Do you believe that Hamdeen Sabbahi is a good person?
Mohamed Eisa, works in iron and steel, supports Hamdeen Sabbahi:I believe they are both good people and they both love Egypt, from the way they speak and behave, and I am convinced that Sisi will win the elections but my I stand by Hamdeen Sabbahi because it is a matter of principle.
Interviewer:
What do you think of the boycott?
Ahmed Hassan Hussein, an employee in the Egyptian research center, he rejects the boycott:
I’m against it, people should all contribute in the elections, a person who doesn’t contribute is not considered Egyptian and he doesn’t deserve to live in Egypt.
Amr Abd Al Moatamed, an employee, he supports the boycott because his opinion wasn't respected prior to the elections:
I’m with the boycott, I don’t want to vote for either of them, I went down and I stated my opinion and nobody respected it. Al Sisi kept saying Egypt will change and you will all see and up until now electricity still cuts off so many times and also the gas, we are not working or selling, we still have to pay rent and so many things without any income.
Interviewer:
Is it important for women to contribute in the elections?
Dalia Kendeel, accountant, cares about women's contribution in the elections:
Of course it is, this whole revolution happened because of women, A woman is the basis of everything is the society, she supports her husband and children raises children who become doctors and engineers.
Interviewer:
What do you think of the contribution of women?
Nourhan, a doctor, ensures the importance of women contribution in the elections:
It is very important, because now women are a very important part of the society, a part who works and produces and she should vote.
Interviewer:
What do you think of the contribution of women?
Aziza Mohamed, a housewife, supports the contribution ofwomen in the elections:
I support it and women should contribute, we have the responsibility of the house and the family, a man only hands the money and we take care of everything.

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Anti-Morsi Demonstration in Egypt
Cairo, Egypt
By Video Cairo Sat
17 May 2013

Hundreds of anti-Morsi protestors marched on Friday, May 17, from Mostafa Mahmoud Square to iconic Tahrir Square, in a million-man- march dubbed "Going Back to the Square" in solidarity with the recently-launched 'Rebel' campaign.

'Rebel' is a grassroots movement aimed at registering opposition to President Mohamed Morsi and forcing him to call early presidential elections by collecting as many as 15 million signatures by 30 June. The group says they have already collected 2 million names. The group officially launched on 1 May.

Major demands of the anti-government demonstration include early presidential elections, the release of detained political activists, and a new constitution.

Protestors voice their rejection to Morsi’s economic policies, including the new tax system and the government’s attempts to secure a $4.8bn loan from the International Monetary Fund.

A handful of political parties and movements announced plans to partake in the planned rallies. These include the Constitution Party, the Free Front for Peaceful Change the Free Egyptians Party, April Six Youth Movement and ‘Rebel' campaigners.

Egypt's opposition has grown increasingly discontent with President Mohamed Morsi's attempts to monopolize state institutions and smother dissent. The opposition accuses Morsi of governing only in the interests of his Muslim Brotherhood, while he insists he is the president of all Egyptians.

Since Morsi was elected last June, Egypt has continued to suffer from a serious political and economic crisis, and there have often been frequent clashes, sometimes deadly, between his opponents and supporters.

Local News Agency: Middle East Bureau / VCS
Shooting Dateline: May 17, 2013
Shooting Location: Cairo, Egypt
Publishing Time: May 17, 2013
Length: 00:02:18
Video Size: 113 MB
Language: Arabic
Column:
Organized by:
Correspondent:
Camera: VCS

SHOTLIST:
1. Various shots for the demonstration
2. Shot for one of the demonstrators while cheering
3. Various shots for the demonstrators holding banners and flags
4. Shot for women cheering from balcony
5. Various shots for the demonstration
6. Various shots for people who distributes ‘Rebel’ applications
7. Shot for a demonstrator holding ‘Rebel’ banner
8. Various shots for citizens signing ‘Rebel’ application
9. Shot a fully-veiled woman cheering against Morsi
10. Various shots for demonstrators
11. Various shots for the demonstration
12. Shot for a banner condemns Morsi’s regime and the Ministry of Interior.
13. Various shots for the demonstration
14. Shot for a woman standing on a stage cheering against Morsi
15. Shot for a banner calling for the removal of Morsi’s regime

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