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FJP Press Release #47, Results of Legislative Elections, Round Three
FJP Press Release #47, Results of Legislative Elections, Round Three
The results of the runoffs held January 10 and 11
Friday, January 13,2012 08:28
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 The results of the runoffs held January 10 and 11

 
*Winners in the third phase runoffs, Individual Seats
 
- Qalyoubeya:
Ahmed Mohamed Mahmoud Diab, third district,199556
Alsayed Imam Mahmoud Al-Qady, third district,179453                          
 
-Gharbeya: 
Eng. Mahmoud Mahdeya, second district, 149126
Mahmoud Tawfiq, second district, 119906
Eng. Sameh Amer, fourth district, 75860    
Yahya Al-meseery, fourth district, 85860
Ibrahim Zakareya, fifth district, 13077
 
-Daqahleya:
Saad Ali Abdo al-helougy, second district, 122000
Emad Shams el Deen Abdul Rahman, third district,109000      
Abdul Hamid Mohamed Hassan Eissa, third district, 112000 
Ibrahim Ibrahim Abu Ouf, fourth district,12087
Khaled Mohamed Al-Deeb, fifth district, 177000
Alsayed Niazi Al-Adawy, sixth district, 100652
 
-Minia:

Ali Ahmed Mohamed Amran, first district, 158258
Gomaa Ahmed Kafafi, first district, 143627 
Mohamed Ahmed Al-Basel, second district, 162275
Hamdi Khalifa, second district, 136178
 
-Qena:
Ahmed Sayed Al-sagheer, first district, 94996
Hesham Al-Qady Hanafi, second district, 71154 
   
-Wady Elgedeed:
Mohamed Abdul Mageed Hamed Sarag el Deen, first district, 36657
 
-North Sinai:       
 Abdul Rahman Al-Shorbagy, first district, 49736
 
*Results for Party Lists in postponed districts in first and second phase 
 
Aswan, first district, FJP secured 4 seats with 60500 out of 186517 valid votes 
 
*Winners of Individual Seats in postponed districts of first and second phases:

-Alexandria:
Mahmoud Attia, third district, 81000
Saber Abul Fotouh, third district, 71400                                 
 
-Sharqeya:
Amir Bassam Al-Naggar, second district,120000
Mohamed Abul Raouf Gheith, second district,109000

-Assuit:
Abdul Aziz Khalef Mohamed Ali, third district, 50095

*Candidates to compete in runoff 17-18 January
 
Ahmed Suleiman Ahmed Shael, fifth district, 170000
Alsayed Mohamed Abdul Kareem Aletweel, fifth district, 58000
Mohamed Salama Bakr, second district, 56545 
Mohamed Madat Mousa Mohamed, second district, 47417
Abd Allah Sadek Nasr, third district, 42821
tags: Freedom and Justice party / FJP / Elections / Qalyoubeya / Gharbeya / Daqahleya / Minia / Qena / Sharqeya / FJP Candidate
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