The Supreme Electoral Commission announced Saturday the overall make-up of the party list seats in Egypt's upcoming People's Assembly.
As widely expected, the Muslim Brotherhood’s Freedom and Justice Party (FJP) won the lion’s share with just over 38 per cent of the seats.
The Salafist Nour Party also continued the trend from the independent candidate voting to come second and secure 29 per cent of the list seats.
The moderate Islamist Al-Wasat party secured 3 per cent of the list seats.
As a whole, the Islamist forces account for 70 per cent of the Assembly.
The Wafd Party were the most successful of the non-Islamist forces, winning 36 seats, or around 11 per cent. The Egyptian Bloc coalition ended up with 33 seats, close to 10 per cent.
Trailing further behind, the Revolution Continues electoral coalition secured 2 per cent of the list seats.
The Free Egyptians, the leading party of the Egyptian Bloc, was unexpectedly among the parties that failed to achieve the minimum proportion of seats – 0.5 per cent – in order to be conferred with independent representation in Parliament. Al-Ghad Party and the Democratic Front did also not meet the threshold.
Meanwhile, the offshoots of the now-dismantled and once ruling National Democratic Party (NDP) secured, in total, 4 per cent of the list seats.
Results for the individual seats were announced at the end of each of the three voting stages, which began on 28 November.
Party list seats make up 332 of the Lower House's 498 elected seats. Ten further representatives are appointed by the president, in this case the military council.
The distribution of list seats in numbers
The Freedom and Justice Party: 127
Nour Party: 96
Wafd Party: 36
Egyptian Bloc: 33
Al-Wasat Al-Gadid: 10
The Reformation and Development Party (Hizb al-Islah We Aa-Tanmia): 8
The Revolution Continues: 7
The Democratic Piece Party: 1
The Egyptian Arab Association Party: 1
Freedom Party (Hizb al-Horreya): 4
National Party of Egypt (Hizb Masr al-Qawmi): 4
Egyptian Citizen Party (Hizb al-Mowaten al-Masri): 3
Union Party (Hizb al-Ittihad): 2