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The elections of the Confederation of African Olympic Committees (ANOCA), which were held in Egypt today at the conclusion of the 19th General Assembly meetings, resulted in the victory of the Algerian Mustafa Braff, headed by Anuka, during the new round 2021-2024.

The Anuka elections were held today, and resulted in Algerian Mustapha Barraf winning the post of president for the second consecutive round at the expense of his Rwandan rival Lydia, where he received 38 votes to 15 votes.

Joao from Sao Tome won the post of vice president by acclamation, Matulonga from Lesotho won the second vice president position also by acclamation, and he won the position of third vice president from Djibouti Vardosa by acclamation and won the position of fourth deputy from Morocco Kamal El Helou with 27 votes against Negros from Botswana receiving 25 votes.

The position of Secretary-General from Sudan was won by Ahmed Abu al-Qasim after 29 votes, while a competitor from Senegal, Omar Juina, won 24 votes.

While he got the position of Treasurer from Nigeria, Gomel Abu Ahmed.

The elections were attended by Eng. Hisham Hatab, Chairman of the Egyptian Olympic Committee, Dr. Hassan Mostafa, President of the International Handball Federation, and Egypt was represented during the vote by Eng. Sherif El-Erian, Secretary General of the Egyptian Olympic Committee.

Today's elections were held with a secret ballot system for each position separately, using different forms for each position, and under the supervision and monitoring of the International Olympic Committee.

The meetings of the Anoka General Assembly started yesterday and continued today, and were attended by Dr. Ashraf Sobhi, Minister of Youth and Sports, in the midst of welcoming all the African delegations that came to Egypt during the current period.