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Seven electoral lists run in first stage of Egypt's parliamentary elections: HEC

The first stage of Egypt’s long-delayed parliamentary elections will begin on 18-19 October

Ahram Online , Saturday 3 Oct 2015
Egyptian men gather in front of a polling station in the 2012 parliamentary elections (Photo: Aswat Masriya)
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Seven electoral alliances are running in the first stage of the parliamentary elections slated for 18-19 October, the High Elections Committee (HEC) announced in a statement on Saturday.

There are four lists contesting 15 seats in the West Delta, which are the Salafist Nour Party, Fi Hob Misr list (for the Love of Egypt), Forsan Misr (The Knights of Egypt) and the combined electoral list of the Egyptian Front and the Independence Current.

There are another three lists contesting 45 seats in north, middle and Upper Egypt: Nadaa Misr (the Call of Egypt), Al Sahwa Al Watnya (the Natinal awake) and Fi Hob Misr.

A total of 286 seats will be up for competition in the first stage, with 226 seats for independents and 60 seats for party-based lists.

The breakdown of the 60 party-based seats will go to the two constituencies as follows: the north, middle and Upper Egypt constituencies, which include 11 governorates, will elect 45 MPs. They will be divided as follows: Giza (11), Fayoum (4), Beni Suef (3), Minya (6), Assiut (5), New Valley (1), Sohag (6), Qena (4), Luxor (2), Aswan (2), and the Red Sea (1).

The West Delta constituency, which includes three governorates, will elect 15 MPs. They will be divided as follows: Alexandria (7), Beheira (7), and Marsa Matrouh (1).

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