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Electoral authorities tightened registration rules by requiring voters to show a national identification number.
Car owners have to enter their national identification number in the payment machine, then the system will automatically show the value of cash needed," said El-Berdisi, adding that users has the option whether he will pay in cash or through his credit card.
Also integrated is the ability to process CPF, the Brazilian National Identification number, for the purpose of fraud screening.
It repeated an earlier proposal to make it compulsory to present one's national identification number when purchasing tickets to minimize fan violence.
The Cabinet decided to return national identification number to holders of yellow cards, who lost citizenship in the West Bank and from whom these cards were withdrawn on this basis.
It is definitely time for employees to ask what measures are being taken by their employers in the handling of registered mail and in the securing of national identification numbers, birth dates and other personal details.
He also noted the importance of implementing the new civil registry project and national identification number, calling for accelerating the implementation of this vital project.
The researchers linked the birth records of mothers and fathers by national identification numbers to birth records of their offspring, providing 451,393 generation files on mothers and their offspring and 295,253 records of fathers and their offspring.