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Up till now, 32 MB’s Nominees participate in run-off election
Up till now, 32 MB’s Nominees participate in run-off election  Ikhwan online The outcome of the second phase of the parliamentary election shows that 32 of the Moslem Brotherhood’s nominees will participate in run-off election, on Nov 26. 1- Suez: The Moslem Brotherhood’s candidate in Qator district, Ali Labn, who got 17787 votes, will contest the National Democratic Party
Monday, November 21,2005 00:00
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Up till now, 32 MB’s Nominees participate in run-off election

 Ikhwan online

The outcome of the second phase of the parliamentary election shows that 32 of the Moslem Brotherhood’s nominees will participate in run-off election, on Nov 26. 1- Suez: The Moslem Brotherhood’s candidate in Qator district, Ali Labn, who got 17787 votes, will contest the National Democratic Party’s nominee who obtained 12335 votes. The MB’s nominee in Suez district, Saad Khalifa, will vie for reelection against three candidates; an indepentant, 5763 votes, the NDP candidate, 2181 votes, and al-Tagamoa Party’s nominee, 2833 votes. The MB’s candidate in Port Fo’ad district, Ahmed el-Golany, 7812 votes, will stand against the NDP’s nominee, 4911 votes. In El-Arb’en district, the MB’s nominee, Abas Abdel Aziz, will run for reelection. 2- Alexandria: Osam Gado, the MB’s candidate in Garbal district, will run for reelection, as well as the MB’s nominees in el-Manshia district, Mahmmud Muhammad and Saad el-Said. 3- El-Garbia: In Saft Torab district, the MB’s candidate, Yahia el-Mussir, 26662 votes, will vie for run-off poll against, Abdul Rahman el-Shhawy, an indepentant, 11.000 votes, while the NDP’s prominent candidate, Muhammad Maray, fell. The MB’s nominees in Tanta, el-Said Askr, and Muhammad el-Azbaoy, will stand for reelection. The Moslem Brotherhood’s candidate in Mahala Rouh, Adel el-Baromy, as well as its nominee in Santa, Ibrahem Zakriya, and its candidate in Basion, Alam el-Dean el-Sagwy, will be reelected. 4- Port Said The MB’s nominee in el-Arab district, Akram el-Sha’r, 9456 votes, and the NDP’s candidate, who got 6680 votes, will be contest for run-off. 5- el-Behaira The MB’s nominee in Kom Hamada district, Gamal Sha’lan, along with Muhammad el-Gazar, its candidate in Etay el-Barod, will stand for run-off polls. 6- el-Fayoum In Bander el-Fayoum district, a reelection will be held between the MB’s nominee, Kamal Nur el-Dean, 11206 votes, and the NDP’s candidate, Muhammad Hashem, 7712 votes. In addition, Mustafa Ali, the MB’ candidate, 16853 votes, and Mamdoh Salem, the NDP’s nominee, 9594 votes, will vie for run-off election. In Wady el-Natron, the MB’s candidate, Muhammad Shata, in addition to its nominee in Sansor district, al-Ahmady Qasem, will stand for reelection. In Abshoy district, a run-off poll will be held between Hassen Yussef, the MB’ nominee, 21473 votes, and the NDP’s candidate, Yussef Waly, an ex minister, 12773 votes. 7- Qalubiya: In Shbeen el-Kanater district, the MB’s nominee, Abdul Fattah Hassen, 20900 votes, will contest the candidate who obtained 11000 votes. In Bana City, the MB’s candidate, Muhssen Rady, 19605 votes, will stand against the nominee who had 17356 votes. In Besheesh district, a reelection will be held between the MB’s candidate, Muhammad el-Adly, 23906 votes, and the nominee that received 12767 votes. In el-Khanka district, the MB’s nominee, Abdullah Elaoa, Tamour Abdul Gany, its nominee in Kafer Shokr district, and its candidate in el-Kanater el-Khiria district, Nasser el-Hafy, will vie for run-off. 8- Qena In Quos district, the MB’s nominee, Hesham el-Qady, will stand for reelection. 9- Isma’lia: In Qantra Garb, the MB’s nominee, Ibrahem el-Gafary, will vie for run-off.


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