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The final results: 35 of Brotherhood’s Nominees in Run-offs
The final results: 35 of Brotherhood’s Nominees in Run-offs Despite of security repressive measures of cordoning polling centers and some complete villages that marred the third round of parliamentary polls, the final official outcome showed most of Brotherhood’s nominees will run for run-off vote on December 7. The outcomes of the third round of parliamentary polls are com
Friday, December 2,2005 00:00
by (Ikhwan online)

The final results: 35 of Brotherhood’s Nominees in Run-offs

 
Despite of security repressive measures of cordoning polling centers and some complete villages that marred the third round of parliamentary polls, the final official outcome showed most of Brotherhood’s nominees will run for run-off vote on December 7.
The outcomes of the third round of parliamentary polls are coming out. Run-offs will be needed to decide winners in most constituencies, scheduled for December 7.
 
In Sohag governorate, five Muslim Brotherhood’s candidates will vie for run-offs.
 
In el-Daqhlia province, the Brotherhood will have three nominees in the run-off vote. On the other hand, five of its candidates were outright unsuccessful.
 
In el-Sharqia governorate, eight Brotherhood’s nominees will contest for run-offs while its other three candidates were defeated.
 
In Kafr el-Sheikh, five Brotherhood’s candidates will need run-offs. Unfortunately, two of Brotherhood’s nominees outright lost.
 
In Northern Sinai, the only Brotherhood’s nominee will vie for run-off poll.
 
In Dametta, the Brotherhood will have one candidate vying for run-off


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