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by: Ikhwan Online, 2005-11-12

Behaira Employs Vote in Cairo
The empolyes of Finance Ministry, in el-Behaira governorate, were moved to vote for the candidate of the National Democratic Party in Shobra district in Cairo, Butros Khaly. Furthermore, the empolyes were gives ready-marked ballots to be just cast in the polling boxes and to get the blank ballot papers with them, in return for 50 pounds per person.

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by: Ikhwan Online, 2005-11-12

The MB Urges People to insist on Attending  the Vote Count
By Muhammad el-Shreef

Mhammad Habeeb, the First Vice of the Supreme Guide of the Moslem Brotherhood and the head of its Supervisory Electoral Commission, called the Egyptians to insist to attend the voting count process of the parliamentary election.

 

In a press conference, held on Nov.12th at the h..


by: Ikhwan Online, 2005-11-12

Ganom Thanks Judges, Voters and Police

In his statement after the first phase of the parliamentary election, Mussa Ganom, the Moslem Brotherhood nominee in Bany Mazer district, of el-Maniya governorate, expressed his appreciation for the electoral supervisory judges, voters and police of Bany Mazer for their neutral participation in the polls, held on Nov. 9th. 

 

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by: Ikhwan Online, 2005-11-13

Soror: the MB is the Most Effective Power

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Ahmed Fathay Soror, the president of the Egyptian Parliament, said that the Moslem Brotherhood is the most organized and effective political power. Their success in the parliamentary election is reasonable.

 

Soror indicated that the Moslem Brotherhood contests strongly for the election. He a..


by: Ikhwan Online, 2005-11-13

Complaints to the Ministers of Justice and Interior

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Bader el-Dean, the Moslem Brotherhood nominee in Ashmon district, of el-Monofyia governorate, who will run of reelection on Nov.15th, made urgent complaints to the Egyptian minister of justice, to the interior minister, the general manger of the State Security, the head of the Supreme Electoral Supervisory Commiss..


by: Ikhwan online, 2005-11-15

El-Farmoy Takes Legal Action to Vote Recount

By Yassen Abdel Maqsoud

Dr. Abdel Hay el-Farmoy, the candidate of the Moslem Brotherhood in Hadiq el-Quba district, of Cairo, takes legal proceedings, before the Administrative Court, to call into question ballot-rigging. He demands a vote recount.

 

El-Farmoy stated to Ikhwan online that the vote count of the su..


by: Ikhwan online, 2005-11-15

Cairo:  Security problems and ballot-rigging in the mid-noon
 

It’s the mid day of the run-off elections in Egypt, and it seems that the rule of” hitting below the belt” will prevail, either by buying votes, collective registration or thuggery.
In El Tebbeen, Madina Nasr and Abdeen’s constituencies, the NP candidates continued to muster the electors, who were collectivel..


by: Ikhwan online, 2005-11-15

In the Name of Allah, the Most Gracious, the Most Merciful

 Dear Moslem Brothers
Thanks to Allah, Who grants us this great success, and Who gathers people around our message and principles; which is clearly reflected in the result of the first phase of the parliamentary election. Therefore, we express gratitude to Allah for His blessings, He Says " if you had spent all that is i..


by: Ikhwan online, 2005-11-15

Honorable Stances of el-Miniya Judges

The supervisory judges, over the reelection in el-Miniya districts, confirmed that they are keen on having fair polls.

 

In Bany el-Mazar district, in which four candidates stand for run-off election, among them the Moslem Brotherhood nominee, Mousa Ganom, rumors about an intention of some officers to rig the ballot outcome. Up..


by: Ikhwan online, 2005-11-15

Infringements in Assute
By Muhammad Reda

 Heavy security hand is very observable in the four districts of Assute, in which the Moslem Brotherhood candidates vie for run-off polls.

 

In Bander Assute district, the supporters of the Moslem Brotherhood nominee, Khaled Oda, were almost denied access for polling stations.

 

In poll no 37, th..


by: Ikhwan Online, 2005-11-16
Human rights organisation calims the rulling party has lost impartiality in the second round.

 
By Joelle Bassoul - CAIRO

Egyptians were voting Tuesday in runoffs for the first phase of parliamentary polls, which the opposition Muslim Brothers charged were rife with fraud by President Hosni Mubarak’s ruling party...


by: Ikhwan online, 2005-11-16

Judge Injured by NDP Thugs in Mazghouna

By: Alaa Ibrahim and Saad Al-Gizawy

At the polling station in Mazghouna constituency, a number of thugs supporting the NDP candidate, Essam Abu Al-Magd, have attacked both the judges and voters, causing insignificant injuries to one judge and a number of the citizens.
The judges and electors were surprised by aggressive actions from a..


by: Ikhwan online, 2005-11-16

Police Besiege the Count Commissions

 Before the end of the polling day of the reelection of the first phase of the parliamentary election, the riot police along with State Security officers siege count commissions.

 

In the districts of Cairo, Giza and Assute, the polling boxes are transferred under tight security guard. The representatives of human right orga..


by: Ikhwan online, 2005-11-16

Ballot-Rigging in The Four Constituencies of Asyut
 
By: Muhammad Reda

Flagrant security intervention was remarkably recorded in the four constituencies, in which the Muslim Brotherhood candidates vie for the run-off parliamentary elections. Most of the polling stations in the constituency of Asyut city were besieged and almost locked in the face of the supporters of the Mu..


by: Ikhwan online, 2005-11-16

Minute-By-Minute Run-off Elections 
 
- Oh Sallab! We are following you from door to door (video)
One of our correspondents has provided us with this attached video that shows vehicles transporting electors in the   constituency to vo..


by: Ikhwan online, 2005-11-16

The MB Achieves Sweeping Victory in Egypt’s Run-offs,

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30 out of 42 candidates of the Moslem Brotherhood win the run-off election of the first phase of the parliamentary election. Thus, the MB obtains 34 seats out of total 164 of this stage, at rate of 20.7%.

 

In el-Miniya governorate, the MB sweepingly leads where all its nominees, 6, win. In..


by: Ikhwan online, 2005-11-16

Frauds in Bolaq and el-Amrania

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In the beginning of the polling day, the electoral stations, in Bolaq and el-Amrania, of Cairo, were free-problem except that of el-Konisah School where some contraventions were committed.

 

In the poll no. 124, all journalists and agents of candidates were dismissed. In addition, vote buying was publicly declare..


by: Ikhwan online, 2005-11-16

Developments in Nasser City
By Abdel Mo’z Muhammad

 The nomination of the Moslem Brotherhood for candidacy in the parliamentary election in Nasser City district, known as the president’s district, inflamed the competition. This district becomes on the spot due to many reasons. The Moslem Brotherhood appointed two candidates. Furthermore, a new fraud comes to surface; the candida..


by: Ikhwan online, 2005-11-16

Today, the Supreme Guide for the Moslem Brotherhood, Muhammad Akef, held a number of interviews with satellite channels and newspapers. He tackled the result of the first phase of the parliamentary election, in which the Moslem Brotherhood wins 34 seats...


by: Ikhwan online, 2005-11-17

Half a Million to the MB Nominee to Stand Aside

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By Monir Adeeb
Recently, it is said that an independent candidate in Ques district tries to persuade the Moslem Brotherhood nominee in the district to stand aside in return for half million. For the popularity of MB candidate sweepingly increases, a situation that pose a real threat on the independent candidate.&n..


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