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Elections 2011
First and second stages of Shura elections slated for 29/30 January and 14/15 February respectively; First and second stage runoffs on 7 and 22 February, say officials

Mohamed Saad El-Katatni, former secretary of the Freedom ...

Former US president to visit polling stations, oversee vote-counting and meet with political, civil society representatives
Preliminary results show that the Freedom and Justice Party and Salafist Nour Party are leading in the second stage of the parliamentary elections in six of the nine governorates
Parliamentary candidate in Gharbiya likens dark past with NDP to Prophet Muhammad’s alliance with Jews of Medina
More expatriate Egyptians eligible to vote in Saudi Arabia than any other country
The Freedom and Justice Party wants Egypt's youth to get fit, not take drugs, say party officials
Members of Mubarak's now dissolved ruling party, the NDP, have been banned from running in upcoming parliamentary elections in a crucial ruling by the Dakahlia governorate's foremost court
Islamist food donations exploited the religious festival for electoral gain, say leading liberal candidate for parliament Amr Hamzawy as well as leaders of the leftist Revolution Continues electoral bloc  
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One-day runoff elections for Egypt's consultative Shura Council began Tuesday morning amidst expectations of low turnout

Former US President Jimmy Carter told a Cairo-based press conference Friday that too few women made it into Egypt's post-revolutionary parliament

Thousands of people in the Upper Egypt governorate of Qena infuriated as ex-members of the now-defunct National Democratic Party of Hosni Mubarak suspiciously make it to the runoffs

Third and final voting stage in Egypt's parliamentary elections witnesses limited turnout, some rule-breaking, and a lower number of Brotherhood candidates

Supreme Elections Commission head Abdel Moez Ibrahim issues 'clarifications' on second-round polling at Wednesday presser


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