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The Brotherhoods Win 29 Seats in Run-offs
The Brotherhoods Win 29 Seats in Run-offsBy Abdel Moaz Muhammad Yesterday’s run-offs of the ongoing parliamentary polls added 29 seats to the Moslem Brotherhood. Actually, the group fielded 37 nominees to contest for the run-offs. Besides, the run-offs of three constituencies were annulled, in which four Brotherhood’s candidates running. These gains bring the Brotherhood’s
Sunday, November 27,2005 00:00
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The Brotherhoods Win 29 Seats in Run-offs

By Abdel Moaz Muhammad
 
Yesterday’s run-offs of the ongoing parliamentary polls added 29 seats to the Moslem Brotherhood. Actually, the group fielded 37 nominees to contest for the run-offs. Besides, the run-offs of three constituencies were annulled, in which four Brotherhood’s candidates running. These gains bring the Brotherhood’s total wins so far to 42 parliamentary seats, at the rate of 2408% of 302 seats up for grabs in the first two stages.
 
Some results of the run-offs came as a surprise. The ruling National Democratic Party failed to achieve any victory in Suez Channel governorate of Ismailia while won one seat in Port Said, for example.
 
The names of the Brotherhood’s winners
 
1-     Alexandria
1-Osama Ado in Garbel constituency
 
      2- el-Garbia governorate
1- Ali Laban in Qatour electoral district
2- Yahya el-Messery in Saft Torab
3- Muhammad Mustafa in Beshbesh
4-Alam el-Dean el-Sakhawy in Basyon
5- el-Sayyd Asker in Tanta
6-Adel el-Barmawy in Mahelt Roh
7-Ibrahem Zakaria in el-Sant
8- Hassanean el-Shora in Kafer el-Zaiat
 
3-el-Behara governorate
1- Ragab Amahs in Abu Humos constituency
2- Muhammad el-Gazar in Eta el-Board
3- Ahmed Abu Barka
4-Zakaria el-Ganainy in Kafer el-Dawar
5- Abdel Hameed Zaglol in Rashid
 
    4- Port Said governorate
1- Ahmed el-Kholany in Port Foad
2- Akram el-Shar in el-Arab
 
 
 
    5- Suez
1- Abas Abdel Aziz in al-Arbain constituency
2- Saad Khalifa in the first electoral district
 
    6- Ismailia governorate
1- Ibrahem el-Gavary in the east of el-Kantar constituency
 
    7- Qina governorate
1- Hesham el-Qady in Quos
 
   8- el-Fayoum governorate
1- Kamal el-Dean Nur el-Dean in Bandar el-Fayoum constituency
2- Mustafa Ali Awadollah in Bandar el-Fayoum
3- Hassan Yusseif in Yusseif el-Sdeq electoral district
 
   9- el-Qalubiya
1- Abdel Fattah Hassan Mahmmud in el-Kantar constituency
2- Abdullah Elawa in el-Khankha
3- Tymore Abdel Gany in Kafer Shokr
4-Gamal Shehata in Shobra el-Khama 2
5- Ahmed Mahmmud in Qalub
6- Mussen Rady in Banha
 
Unfortunately, eight Brotherhood’s nominees were unsuccessful.


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