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Sohag

(sō`hăg) or

Sawhaj

(sô`häj), town (1986 pop. 132,649), capital of Sohag governorate, central Egypt, on the Nile River. It is located in a densely populated agricultural region. Local industries include ginned cotton and silk weaving. Two Coptic monasteries are there. Nearby is Bayt Khallaf, the site of a mastaba built under King Djoser (or Zoser; III dynasty).
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On the other hand, Souhag governorate is known for its 27 slaughterhouses although the area of the governorate is half that of Cairo.
Estadat has signed a contract with the ministry in order to develop and manage the stadiums of Ismailia, Suez, Port Said, Damietta, Alexandria, Benha, Damanhour, Kafr El Sheikh, Shebin El Kom, Mansoura, Tanta, Fayoum, Minya, Souhag, and Aswan, according to the usufruct system for 15 years.
About 15,000 micro projects will be funded during the implementation process of the project in the governorates of Qena, Souhag, Assiut, Minya, Beni Suef, Beheira, and Kafr El Sheikh.
The rest are divided between the governorates of Alexandria (Burj Al Arab City - 964,000 sqm); Mnoufiyah (Sadat City - 2,880,000 sq.m); Fayyoum (Fayyoum New City - 2,200,000 sq.m); BaniSuwaif (BaniSuwaif New City - 864,000 sq.m.); Al Menyah (New Al Menya City - 1,640,000 sq.m); Asyout (New Asyout City - 900,000 sq.m); Souhag (New Souhag City - 1,160,000 sq.m)' Qana (New Qana City - 264,000 sq.m); and Luxur (New Taybeh City - 328,000 sq.m.).
The first stage of the referendum covers the governorates of Cairo, Alexandria, Daqahlya, Gharbeya, Sharqeya, Assiut, Souhag, Aswan, Southern and Northern Sinai, while the second phase will be held a week later in the rest of the country.
Les electeurs egyptiens de dix gouvernorats, dont Le Caire, Alexandrie, Daqhaliya, Gharbiya, Charqiya, Assiout, Souhag et Assouan, soit la moitie des 51,3 millions d'inscrits, sont convies aux urnes, aujourd'hui, sous haute protection (130.000 policiers epaules par 120.000 militaires seront deployes).
More than 18 million people are eligible to vote in this round, with 4.2 million in al-Giza, 3.5 in al-Sharqiya, and 3.2 in al-Bahiyra, followed by al-Manoufia, al-Ismailiya, Beni Suef, al-Suez, Souhag and Aswan.
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The rest are divided between the governorates of Alexandria (Burj Al Arab City 964,000m2); Mnoufiyah (Sadat City 2,880,000m2); Fayyoum (Fayyoum New City 2,200,000m2); Bani Suwaif (Bani Suwaif New City 864,000m2); Al Menyah (New Al Menya City 1,640,000m2); Asyout (New Asyout City 900,000m2); Souhag (New Souhag City 1,160,000m2); Qana (New Qana City 264,000m2); and Luxur (New Taybeh City 328,000m2).