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Brotherhood and Islamists sweep Port Said vote

Three Islamist parties - the MB, Nour and Wasat - garnered the vast majority of votes in first round in the governorate of Port Said on the Suez Canal; liberal Wafd with good showing

Ahram Online , Thursday 1 Dec 2011
Akram El Shaer
Akram El Shaer of the Muslim Brotherhood (Photo: Freedom and Justice party website)
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Election results in Port Said have been announced.

Party list results:

The Muslim Brotherhood's Freedom and Justice Party list - 95,510
Salafist Nour Party list - 60,879
Wafd Party list - 40,862
The moderate Islamist Wasat Party list - 37,829

Single seat results:

Freedom and Justice Party candidate Akram El-Shaer won the professional single seat with 51 per cent of the vote. 

There will be a runoff between ِthe liberal Egyptian Bloc candidate El-Badry Farghali and the Nour Party’s Aly Fouda for the workers’ seat.

Thirteen parties competed and 306,477 votes were cast.

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Roald Bentzen
01-12-2011 01:58pm
It smells
More than 50% of the votes where cast! This gives a very bad smell of an unfair election!
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