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The MB Leading in the Election…Will the Ruling System Give up?
The Muslim Brotherhood Leading in the Election…Will the Ruling System Give up? 42 Muslim Brotherhood candidates will stand for run-off election, though the results of 30 of th
Tuesday, November 15,2005 00:00
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The Muslim Brotherhood Leading in the Election…Will the Ruling System Give up?

42 Muslim Brotherhood candidates will stand for run-off election, though the results of 30 of them are determinate due to the gab of votes that amounts, in some districts such as Quesna, to 15.000 in the favor of the Muslim Brotherhood candidates. The gab between the votes of the Muslim Brotherhood and of their competitors is reviewed in order to underline the success of the Muslim Brotherhood, hoping that the Ruling System will not use frauds to give them to its nominees.

 

1-    el-Monofiya Governorate:

In Shepeen el-Kum district, Ragab Muhammad, Muslim Brotherhood candidate, who got 17330 votes, and Ahmed Muhammad Kalila, an independent nominee, who obtained 8670 votes, will stand for re-election.

 

In Quesna district, a run-off poll will be held between Issa Abdel Khafar, the Muslim Brotherhood nominee, 21408 votes, and Mustafa Hassen, an independent, with 6565 votes. 

 

In Berket el-Saba’ district, a re-election is needed between Sabery Amer, the Muslim Brotherhood candidate, 17651 votes, and Sobhy Emara, an independent nominee, 9300 votes. 

 

In el-Shohada district, Yussery Ta’lib, the Muslim Brotherhood candidate, who got 17356 votes, and Ahmed el-Essoy, the nominee of the National Democratic Party, who obtained 11320 votes, Ali Ismai’l, the Muslim Brotherhood nominee, 16500 votes, and Abdel Megeed Salome, an independent, 10742 votes, will contest for run-of poll.

 

In Tala district, a re-election will be held between Hassen el-Swaf, the Muslim Brotherhood candidate, 18525 votes, and Muhammad Anoer el-Sadat, an independent, 12311votes.

 

In Astanha district, Yasser el-Said el-Meligy, the Muslim Brotherhood candidate, 11469 votes, and Mustafa el-Said, an independent, who obtained 10409 votes, will stand for run-off election.

 

In Ashmon district, both candidates of the Muslim Brotherhood, Asherf Bader el-Dean, 22097 votes, and the NDP, Samir el-Saqa, 12169 votes, will stand for re-election.

 

In Monof district, Abdel Fatah Eid, the Muslim Brotherhood nominee, 25114 votes, and Ayman Mo’z, the NDP candidate, 24056 votes, will be re-elected.

2-    In Bany Soaf Governorate:

In Bany Soaf district, Dr. Hamdy Zaher, the Muslim Brotherhood nominee, 26794 votes, and Abu el-Kher Abdel Allam, the NDP candidate, 16249 votes, will stand for re-election.

 

In the third district, a run-off election will be held among Abdel Azeem el-Sharqoy, the Muslim Brotherhood nominee, 17203 votes, Shokery Radwan, the NDP candidate, 7458 votes, Ali Hassen el-Gabaly, the NDP nominee, 8335 votes, and Ali Abu el-Ala, an independent, 9366 votes.

 

In Baba district, no accurate statistics are available, Abdel Lateef Qoudp, the Muslim Brotherhood nominee, 17000 votes, and Ali Mo’z, 10000 votes.

 

     3-el Miniya Governorate:

In the first district, a re-election between the Muslim Brotherhood candidate, Dr. Muhammad el-Kataniny, 13933 votes, and the Tagamoa Party nominee, Wageeh Shokry, 7498 votes, is needed.

 

In Bany Mazar district, run-off election will be held among Mussa Khanom, the Muslim Brotherhood nominee, 22671 votes, Ra’fat Adel Razaq, the NDP candidate, 8017 votes, Asherf Mahmmud, an independent, 22064 votes and el-Said Ahmed Hafez, an independent, 12461 votes.

 

In Matay district, the Muslim Brotherhood candidate, Tharwat Abdel el-Fatah, 19416 votes, and the independent nominee, Mo’taz Safwat, 9159votes, will contest for run-off poll.

 

In el- Adoa district, a re-election will be held among Muhammad Ahmed, the Muslim Brotherhood nominee, 12912 votes, Fathy Fadel el-Hakeem, an independent, 8558 votes, Eman Abdel Hakeem, the NDP candidate, 5963 votes, and Ahmed Abdel Azeem, the NDP nominee, 5859 votes. 

 

In Makhakha district, the Muslim Brotherhood candidate, Dr. Ibraheem Zanony, 15020 votes, and the NDP nominee, Ahmed IMuslim Brotherhoodaby, 7467 votes, will run for re-election.

 

In Mloay district, the Muslim Brotherhood candidate, Baha’ el-Said, 14935 votes, and the NDP nominee, Omer Abdel Rahaman, 8857 votes, will contest for run-off election.

 

 

 

 

4-    Cairo Governorate:

In Nasser City district, a re-election will be held between the Muslim Brotherhood candidate, Essam Mokhter, 6840 votes, and the NDP nominee, Thorya Labena, 5914 votes.

 

In el-Nozha district, the Muslim Brotherhood candidate, Magdy Ashore, 7604 votes, and the NDP nominee, Omar Abdullah Refa’y, 7387 votes, will contest for a re-election.

 

In el-Materya district, the Muslim Brotherhood nominee, Mahmmud Megahed, 14290 votes, will contest an independent candidate, Abdel Fatah Abass, 7745 votes for a run-off poll.

 

In el-Tebeen district, a re-election will be held between the Muslim Brotherhood nominee, Ali Fatah el-Bab, 4741 votes, and the NDP, Muhammad Mustafa, 3053 votes.

 

5-    Giza Governorate:

In Giza district, re-election is needed between the Muslim Brotherhood candidate, Azab Mustafa, 5769 votes, and the NDP nominee, Bader Mahross, 4999 votes.

 

In Kardassa district, the Muslim Brotherhood candidate, Abdel Salam Bashandy, 7105 votes, and an independent candidate, Adel el-Bohy, 3287 votes, will stand for run-off election.

 

In el-Hwamdya district, a re-election will be held between the Muslim Brotherhood candidate, Gamal Karny, 9889 votes, and an independent, Ibrahem Hamuda, 7813 votes. 

 

In Atfeeh district, the Muslim Brotherhood nominee, Goma’ el-Badery, 9537 votes, and the NDP candidate, Mustafa el-Qeaty, 9472 votes, will be re-elected.

 

In el-Ayat district, Muhammad Hossam el-Dean, the Muslim Brotherhood candidate, 9783 votes, and Ahmed El-Badery, an independent, 9272 votes, will stand for run-off poll.

 

 In Mazgona district, Ahmed Abdo, the Muslim Brotherhood nominee, 11687votes, and Essam Abu el-Magd, the NDP candidate, 6388 votes, will run for a re-election.

 

In el-Saf district, run-off poll will be held between the Muslim Brotherhood candidate, Shwqy Ibraheem, 22676 votes, and the NDP nominee, Saad el-Gamal, 18957 votes.

In el-Harm district, Hamed el-Said, the Muslim Brotherhood nominee, will contest the independent, Magdy Khatab, for run-off poll. No accurate statistics are available, but the gab of votes between the two candidates is about 3000 votes.      

 

 


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