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FJP Press Release No. (17), Run-off Results‏
FJP Press Release No. (17), Run-off Results‏
Voting stations in the second round for the first phase of the Egyptian People's Assembly elections announced victory for 34 candidates for the Freedom and Justice Party (FJP), while 11 of the party’s candidates were unsuccessful in this round
Wednesday, December 7,2011 17:44

 

Egyptian Legislative Elections 2011-2012

FJP Press Release No. (17)

Cairo - Wednesday, December 7, 2011AD – 05:30AM (03:30GMT)

34 FJP Candidates Win In First-Phase Run-off

 

Voting stations in the second round for the first phase of the Egyptian People's Assembly elections announced victory for 34 candidates for the Freedom and Justice Party (FJP), while 11 of the party’s candidates were unsuccessful in this round, out of a total 45 FJP candidates contested the second round, after the termination of elections in Cairo’s 1st constituency (el Sahel). In appreciation of this trust given by the Egyptian people to FJP candidates, we extend our sincere thanks and gratitude to the Egyptian people which granted us their full confidence, and we renew our commitment and undertake to build together the future of modern Egypt which aspires to freedom, justice, dignity, democracy and stability. 

 

 

1 – Cairo (9 candidates won): 

 

Constituency 

Professionals 

Votes 

Workers 

Votes 

Second (Al-Qubba and Al-Zaytoun) 

Amr Zaki 

189,286 

Yasser Abdullah 

195,286 

Fifth (Matareya and Ain Shams) 

Sayed Jadallah 

209,196 

Ashraf Al-Saad 

189,671 

Sixth[Soft Break](Al-Jamaleya) 

Khalid Mohamed 

86,380 

Nasser Othman 

88,592 

Seventh (Qasr Al-Neil) 

_______ 

 

Mustafa Farghali 

49,486 

Eighth (Misr Alqadima and Khalipha) 

Khaled Hanafi 

1,528,132 

Yousry Bayoumi 

161,284 

 

2 - Alexandria (6 candidates won):

 

Constituency 

Professionals 

Votes 

Workers 

Votes 

First (Montaza) 

Hosni Dowidar (Alliance) 

198,000 

Mustafa Mohamed Mustafa 

273,000 

Second[Soft Break](Al-Raml) 

Mahmoud al-Khodeiri (Alliance) 

208,523 

Mohammadi Syed Ahmed 

213,266 

Third (Karmouz) 

Mahmoud Attia 

284,000 

Saber Abu Fotouh 

179,000 

 

3 - Kafr Al-Sheikh (2 candidates won): 

 

Constituency 

Professionals 

Votes 

Workers 

Votes 

Fourth (Burolus) 

Mohamed Aamir 

57,974 

Ashraf Al-Saeed 

51,280 

 

4 - Damietta (3 candidates won): 

 

Constituency 

Professionals 

Votes 

Workers 

Votes 

First (Damietta) 

Ali Al-Daey 

135,000 

Mohamed Ahmed Abu Mussa 

99,800 

Second (Kafr Saad) 

Mohamed Al-Filahji 

104,000 

_______ 

 

 

5 - Fayoum (6 candidates won):

 

Constituency 

Professionals 

Votes 

Workers & Farmers 

Votes 

First (Bandar Fayoum) 

Hamdi Taha 

112,791 

Adel Ismail 

113,749 

Second (Fayoum) 

Osama Yahya (Alliance) 

941,010 

Sayed Gabr (Alliance) 

80,725 

Third (Snuras) 

Jamal Mohamed Hassan 

124,200 

Fawzi Ali Abdul Aziz Yamani 

120,292 

 

6 - Assiut (6 candidates won): 

 

Constituency 

Professionals 

Votes 

Workers 

Votes 

First (Assiut) 

Samir Khashaba 

163,102 

_______ 

 

Second (Dayrout) 

Mohamed Salama Bakr 

154,725 

Mohamed Madar Moussa 

149,425 

Third (Al-Fateh) 

Abdul Aziz Khalaf Mohammed 

146,262 

Abdullah Sadiq Nasr 

86,073 

Fourth (Abu Tiej) 

Hassan Ali Abdul-Aal 

88,875 

_______ 

 

 

7 - Luxor (one candidate won):

Constituency 

Professionals 

Votes 

Luxor 

Dr. Abdul Mawjood Rajeh 

120,509 

 

 

8 - Red Sea (one candidate won): 

 

Constituency 

Professionals 

Votes 

Hurghada 

Mohamed Mahmoud Youssef Qatamish 

88,661 

 

This brings the number of winners for the Freedom and Justice party, for the ‘individuals’ seats, in the first phase of elections to 36 candidates. 

 

 

 

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