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Follow-up to Parliamentary Election
Follow-up to Parliamentary Election
In Sharqiya governorate, the supporters of the National Democratic Party candidate have torn the election posters of the Moslem Brotherhood’s candidate and have replaced them with posters of the NDP’s. It is worth mentioning that the red election cards, by which elector can cast vote, are ban
Saturday, October 22,2005 00:00
by Ikhwan web

Follow-up to Parliamentary Election
Ikhwan Online
By Monir Adeeb and Yasser Hady

In Sharqiya governorate, the supporters of the National Democratic Party candidate have torn the election posters of the Moslem Brotherhood’s candidate and have replaced them with posters of the NDP’s.

It is worth mentioning that the red election cards, by which elector can cast vote, are banned to be given to the supports of the MB’s nominee. Meanwhile, large number of these cards is given to those who will vote for the NDP’s candidate.

On the other hand, the MB’s nominee in Quesna has received warm-hearted welcome from the Christian residents. In addition, they went on the march arranged by the residents to express their support.

 

In Hawamdiya, a big town in Giza governorate, the residents voiced their happiness that the Moslem Brotherhood has nominated its candidate to run for the parliamentary election.

 

It is worth noting that Hawamdiya witnesses one of the fiercest election competition. The Moslem Brotherhood is strongly backed in this restrict, yet.   

 


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