Celebrations, buses provided to transport voters in elections in Al Rehab, Madinaty

TMG was keen to provide all kinds of comfort for voters in its two major developments in Cairo, Al Rehab and Madinaty


The Talaat Moustafa Group (TMG) has announced the launch of celebrations during 7-8 November, to coincide with the start of the second phase of House of Representatives elections in Al Rehab and Madinaty.

Madinaty and Al Rehab developer TMG is headed by Hisham Talaat Mostafa, the most famous real estate developer in Egypt.

Based on its responsibility and community participation, TMG was keen to provide all kinds of comfort for voters in its two major developments in Cairo, Al Rehab and Madinaty. The group announced the provision of buses to transport voters to and from the electoral headquarters, while applying all precautionary measures.

Residents of Al Rehab and Madinaty received this news with great happiness, and confirmed the group’s constant eagerness to facilitate residents. They also said that such a level of organisation is always to be expected from TMG, which always keeps in touch with every constitutional entitlement that requires residents to go to the polls.

Developer of Al Rehab and Madinaty, TMG, is considered the best real estate developer in Egypt. The two projects are located in the First Settlement area of New Cairo. This is the headquarters of the Cairo Governorate’s seventh district, which includes Badr, Nozha, Shorouk and Katameya, with about 43 individual candidates and two electoral lists competing in them.

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