On Friday, Egyptian Minister of Manpower Mohamed Saafan said in a statement that some Egyptian expatriates could not vote in Doha as Qatari concerned authorities could provide Egyptian expats with buses to transfer them to the Complex of Embassies in order to vote in the presidential election as they were in the weekend.
"The Commission coordinated with election committees to ensure that the electoral process overcomes all obstacles", he stressed.
Since the start of the vote on Friday, several videos have been shared online from embassies worldwide showing Egyptian men and women celebrating while voting, playing patriotic songs and wearing clothes in the colours of the Egyptian flag: red, white and black. A total of 139 polling stations have been set up in Egyptian embassies and consulates in 124 countries.
Due to political unrest and a worsening security situation, the elections would not take place in three countries: Yemen, Syria and Libya.
El-Sisi and Musa, the latter of whom heads up the liberal Al-Ghad Party, are the only two contenders in the presidential contest.
The diaspora vote for the 2018 presidential election will last for three days beginning March 16.
Voting overseas took place in 124 countries from 16 to 18 March, with Egyptians at home due to vote from 26 to 28 March.
Sixty million eligible voters at home are due to cast their ballots in the country's 27 governorates starting March 26 until 28.
The primary results of the first round of the election will be announced on March 29, where decisions on appeals submitted by candidates, if any, will be made.