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30 FJP Candidates Compete in Runoffs Today and Tomorrow
30 FJP Candidates Compete in Runoffs Today and Tomorrow
The runoff of the third round of the parliamentary elections will begin Tuesday January 10, 2012. The FJP has 30 candidates running for individual seats.
Tuesday, January 10,2012 07:54
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The runoff of the third round of the parliamentary elections will begin Tuesday January 10, 2012. The FJP has 30 candidates running for individual seats.

Election rerun will also take place in numerous governorates after voting was canceled by the Higher Administrative Courts.

In the North Cairo district, 12 candidates will compete for seats on both the individual and party-list seats.

In Aswan, the runoff will be between 4 candidates on the electoral list, and in Assuit 4 candidates will run for individual seats in the second and third districts. Four individual candidates will compete in the runoff in Sharqia in the second and fifth district, while in Alexandria, 2 candidates will compete for the individual seats in the third district in Maharem Beh.

The Freedom and Justice Party, (FJP), confirms it fully trusts that the Egyptian people will actively participate in the runoffs with as much enthusiasm as they have shown during the earlier phases in order to complete the peaceful democratic experience of the parliamentary elections.

Furthermore, the party confirms that the elections in the first district in Daqahleya will be held as scheduled after an appeal filed by the HEC to continue the elections in the district was accepted.

tags: Freedom and Justice Party / FJP / FJP Candidates / Parliamentary Elections / Egyptian Election / Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood / Runoff / Egyptian People / Aswan / Daqahleya / Sharqia /
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