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Egypt elections results before 3rd round run-offs

Freedom and Justice and Al-Nour coalitions are ahead with around 70% of seats, Wafd, Egyptian Bloc, RDP and Revolution continues grab around 23% so far

Hesham Sallam, Wednesday 11 Jan 2012
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Electoral workers wait for voters at a polling station during parliamentary run-off elections at Shubra in El-Kalubia (Photo: Reuters)
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The table below summarizes the most recent seat breakdown by party/coalition after the completion of the first round of voting in the final stage of the election. Results do not include runoff races for stage #3 (scheduled for 10-11 January), as well as races that have not been settled due to pending legal challenges or scheduled re-votes (see the table’s accompanying notes for more information). More detailed breakdown by governorate for s stage #3 can also be found below.

 

Estimated Seat Breakdown (as of 9 January 2012)

 

Party/Coalition Total Seats

%Seats

 

St. #1 List* St. #1 IC** St. #1 Total St. #2 List*** St. #2 IC**** St. #2 Total St. #3 List St. #3 IC***** St. #3 Total

Freedom and Justice^

193 45.20 40 33 73 43 36 79 37 4 41

Al-Nour^^

108 25.29 26 4 30 35 13 48 29 1 30

Wafd

38 8.90 10 1 11 14 0 14 13 0 13

Egyptian Bloc^^^

30 7.03 13 2 15 9 0 9 6 0 6

RDP

11 2.58 2 0 2 4 1 5 4 0 4

Revolution Continues

10 2.34 4 2 6 1 0 1 3 0 3

Al-Wasat

8 1.87 4 0 4 3 0 3 1 0 1

National Party of Egypt

6 1.41 1 1 2 2 0 2 2 0 2

Freedom

4 0.94 1 0 1 0 0 0 3 0 3

Egyptian Citizen

4 0.94 1 1 2 2 0 2 0 0 0

Al-Adl

2 0.47 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 0

Union

2 0.47 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 1

New Independents

1 0.23 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0

Arab Egyptian Union

1 0.23 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0

Nasserist

1 0.23 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1

Independents

8 1.87 - 3 3 - 5 5 - 0 0

Total

427 100 102 48 150 116 56 172 100 5 105

 

*Includes all but Cairo's party-list district #1 (Al-Sahel voters are scheduled to re-vote on 10-11 January 2012 due to a court ruling annulling the initial results).

 

**Includes all but two races in Cairo’s district #1, two races in Alexandria's district #3, two races in Assiut district #2 and two races in Assiut's district #3 (scheduled for a re-vote on 10-11 January 2012 due to a court ruling annulling the initial results). "IC" stands for individual-candidacy races.

 

***Does not include Aswan party-list race, which is scheduled for a re-vote on 10-11 January 2012 due to a court ruling annulling the initial results.

 

****Does not include Sharqiya's districts #5 and #2, which are scheduled for a re-vote on 10-11 January 2012 due to a court ruling annulling the initial results. "IC" stands for individual-candidacy races.

*****Does not include forty-five seats that will be determined through stage #3 runoff races scheduled for 10-11 January.

^ Freedom and Justice candidate rosters include candidates from the parties of the "Democratic Alliance for Egypt". Stage #1 individual candidacy race winners include FJP allied candidates Mohamed Al-Khodeiri, Hosni Dowidar, and Khaled Megahed. Stage #2 individual candidacy race winners include Mohamed Al-Sawy.

^^Al-Nour's candidate rosters include candidates from the parties of the "Islamist Bloc".

^^^Includes one seat gained through the Egyptian Social Democratic Party list in Qena party-list district #2, where Egyptian Bloc coalition members Free Egyptians Party and Egyptian Social Democratic Partycompeted through two seperate party lists.

A note on seat distribution for party-list races: The seat distribution for party-list races displayed in the tables below is not part of the official results released by the Higher Elections Commission. The editors computed the results using a largest remainder "hare" quota, though it should be noted that some observers believe that the exact method that Egyptian authorities will use to determine seat allocation in party-list races has not been thoroughly explained. Also the seat distribution below assumes that all parties will cross the legally-mandated threshold of 0.5 percent of the nationwide vote

 

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