The HEC announced the official results of the 12 competing electoral lists of the second phase of Egypt’s parliamentary elections in Suez in the districts of, Al-Arbeeen, Al-Ganayen, Suez, Faisal, and Ataqa.
The Nour Party won 2 seats, while the Freedom and Justice Party’s (FJP), candidate Eng. Ahmed Mahmoud secured one seat with one seat acquired by Al-Kotla Al-Masreya.
The Nour Party’s electoral list won 127,836 votes, and the FJP won 75,266 votes. 23,478 votes went to Al-Kotla Almasreya and 14,346 votes to the Wasat Party. The Wafd Party won 12,353 votes and the Masr Alkawmy received 11,940 votes. The Horreya Party won 3,221 votes and Al-Adl Party won 2,892 votes. Meanwhile, Al-Eslah and Tanmeeya received 2851 votes and The Nasserist Party won 2470 votes, and the Conservative Party won 1642 votes with 1331 votes given to the Gabha (Front) Party.
According to the HEC these results include votes from Egypt and abroad. The official results of the total number of seats will be announced after the third phase of the elections is completed.