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FJP Press Release No. (12) – Run-Off Voting
FJP Press Release No. (12) – Run-Off Voting
Tomorrow, Monday 5/Dec/2011 runoff voting for the first phase of parliamentary elections 2011 begins. This round gets underway in the shadow of certain challenges where some people are betting that the unprecedented record turnout last Monday and Tuesday, with the participation of more than 62% of eligible population, will not be repeated now. We would like to make things clear:
Monday, December 5,2011 07:26
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Cairo: 4/Dec/2011 – 17:00 (15:00GMT)


Tomorrow, Monday 5/Dec/2011 runoff voting for the first phase of parliamentary elections 2011 begins. This round gets underway in the shadow of certain challenges where some people are betting that the unprecedented record turnout last Monday and Tuesday, with the participation of more than 62% of eligible population, will not be repeated now. We would like to make things clear:


·         Our confidence in the Egyptian people, who excelled in giving striking examples in positive and effective political participation, compels us to ask them for serious, meaningful participation in the Monday run-off round, and solid determination to cast their votes, to further prove they are capable of making their future with their own hands.


·         With our sincere appreciation and respect for all competitors in this election, parties or independent – representing all political and intellectual currents, we must stress that we did not get into any co-ordination schemes, alliances or concessions to any of the candidates. Our candidates, with their election symbols and all, are still standing in the run-off for all seats, in fair competition where the voter has the first and last word.


·         The FJP, once again, calls on all media, especially private satellite channels, to show commitment to objectivity and impartiality in the coverage of this round and future rounds, and not to hunt for news to spark fires in the Egyptian street, especially those owned by certain businessmen who shared the interests of the defunct former regime and still walk its path, seeking the West’s help against the Egyptian people.


·         The FJP warns those who use its name and without official approval by the party and its secretariats, put up posters, distribute publications or flyers, announce unconfirmed data or reports, and give election gifts or bribes, all of which would distort the image of the party, we warn all those that the FJP will take legal action against them, We have already taken measures to monitor the situation and report those who do so to the competent authorities, and to take forceful legal action against them to ensure the protection of the FJP’s reputation and name, and to preserve the respect of the public for the party.


·         We call on all candidates competing in parliamentary elections to commit to the spirit of fair competition and not to resort to perverse plots against the party, especially since we have documents to prove that some have already resorted to such heinous actions in order to tarnish and distort the image of the party in the street.


The Freedom and Justice party is engaged in this run-off round with 47 candidates, in most districts of the Republic, namely:


1 - Cairo: (15 candidates):

Constituency                                                   Professionals                                              Workers

First (the Coast) Fahmy Abdo                       Kamal Mehdi

Second (Al-Qubba and Al-Zaytoun)            Amr Zaki                                                        Yasser Abdullah

Third (Nasr City)                                              Mohamed Yousry (Alliance)                      Essam Mokhtar

Fourth (Heliopolis)                                          ------------------                                                Khalid Hassan

Fifth (Qasr Al-Neil)                                          Amr Khadr (Alliance)                                  Mustafa Farghali

Sixth (Al-Jamaleya)                                        Khalid Mohamed                                         Nasser Othman

Seventh (Misr Alqadima and Khalipha)     Khaled Hanafi                                              Yousry Bayoumi

Ninth (Matareya and Ain Shams)                Sayed Jadallah                                            Ashraf Al-Saad


2 - Alexandria (8 candidates):


Constituency                                                   Professionals                                              Workers

First (Montaza)                                                 Hosni Dowidar (Alliance)                           Mustafa Mohamed Mustafa

Second (Al-Raml)                                           Mahmoud al-Khodeiri (Alliance)              Mohammadi Syed Ahmed

Third (Karmouz)                                              Mahmoud Attia                                             Saber Abu Fotouh

Fourth (Mina al-Basal)                                   Dr. Hamdi Hassan                                       Mahmoud Mohamed Mahmoud


3 - Kafr Al-Sheikh (6 candidates):


Constituency                                                   Professionals                                              Workers

First (Kafr El-Sheikh)                                      Mohamed Shaker Sennar                         Taha Mansour Abdel-Fattah

Third (Desouk)                                                 Mohamed Al-Halisi                                     Mohamed Idris

Fourth (Burolus)                                              Mohamed Aamir                                          Ashraf Al-Saeed


4 - Damietta (3 candidates):


Constituency                                                   Professionals                                              Workers

First (Damietta)                                                Ali Al-Daey                                                    Mohamed Ahmed Abu Mussa

Second (Kafr Saad)                                        Mohamed Al-Filahji

 

5 - Fayoum (6 candidates):


Constituency                                                   Professionals                                              Workers and Farmers

First (Bandar Fayoum)                                   Hamdi Taha                                                  Adel Ismail

Second (Fayoum)                                           Osama Yahya (Alliance)                            Sayed Gabr (Alliance)

Third (Snuras)                                                  Jamal Mohamed Hassan                          Fawzi Ali Abdul Aziz Yamani

 

6 - Assiut (7 candidates):


Constituency                                                   Professionals                                              Workers

First (Assiut)                                                     Samir Khashaba                                          ---------------

Second (Dayrout)                                            Mohamed Salama Bakr                             Mohamed Madar Moussa Mohamed

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Third (Al-Fateh)                                               Abdul Aziz Khalaf Mohammed Ali          Abdullah Sadiq Nasr

Fourth (Abu Tiej)                                             Hassan Ali Abdul-Aal Aamir                      Abdul Aziz Mohamed Ibrahim Mansour

 

7 - Luxor (one candidate):
Constituency                                                   Professionals                                              Workers

Luxor                                                                 Dr. Abdul Mawjood Rajeh


 
8 - Red Sea (one candidate):

 

Constituency                                                   Professionals                                              Workers

Hurghada                                                         Mohamed Mahmoud Youssef Ahmed    -----------------

 

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