Report 9: Preliminary results on the run for parliamentary elections

October 22nd, 2011 by Editor

The 11th day for receiving candidacy applications for the parliamentary elections witnessed declaration of application deadline extension to October 24, 2011, by the Egyptian High Commission for Elections. The decision came as a respond to demands of many political powers that still need to rearrange the applications of their candidates.

In Cairo, Mr. Hafez Abu Seada, the head of the Egyptian Organization for Human Rights (EOHR), submitted his application independently for the People’s Assembly Council, Constituency no.8, Cairo. The constituency includes Al Sayeda Zinab, Dar Al Salam, Al Khalifa and Al Mokatam Areas.

In Alexandria, 28 candidates submitted applications for the independent list of the people’s Assembly and 13 candidates applied for the independent list of Shura Council. The Egyptian Bloc that includes Al Tagamoa, the Free Egyptians and the Egyptian Democratic political parties applied for Shura Council. Al Wafd Political Party submitted a list included 6 candidates.

In Giza, the total number of candidates who applied for the People’s Assembly reached 510. On October 22, 2011, 30 candidates applied for the independent list of the People’s Assembly including Mohamed Hasanien Ata, Ahmed Fatehi Ahmed, Adly Youssef and Adel Shaltot. Al Wafd, Reform and Development and National Peace political parties submitted their lists.

In Sharkia, Maha kafafi, Nagat Al Ghamrawy, Ahmed Tiba, Khaled Bishr, Mosa Abdollah and Adel Abdel Hamid applied for the independent list of the People’s Assembly.

In Bani Suef, 5 candidates applied to move from the independent list to the political parties’ list, including Ali Radi Mosa, Ali Abdel All Awad and Ahmed Mohamed Al Nahal. In Bani Suef, Al Wafd Political Party submitted a list to the People’s Assembly and another to Shura Council.

In Asyout, many candidates applied for the independent list of the People’s Assembly, but after the extension of the application deadline, many political parties in the governorate delayed submitting their lists. Al Nor Salafi Political Party, in coordination with the Islamic Group, submitted 3 lists in addition to 10 independent applications for both Shura and the People’s Assembly Councils.

In Kena, Al Wasat Political party submitted two lists, one for the People’s Assembly including 8 candidates and another for Shura Council including Nagwa Farouk Faisal, Mohamed Sayed Amish, Amal Abdel Rahim Mostafa and Ali Abdel Rahim. Al Etihad Political Party submitted a list to the People’s Assembly.

In Marsa Matrouh, Al Noor Political Party submitted a list to the People’s Assembly including Farag Ali Al Abd, Khair Allah Al Zoairy, Saad Nagy Youssef and Fatma Saleh. Al Etihad Political Party submitted a list to the People’s Assembly including Rizq Mohamed Rahona, Hanafi sadek Ahmed, Hoda Ahmed Mesaed and Hussein Gareh. Freedom and Justice Political Party submitted two lists for the People’s Assembly and Shura Councils in the Governorate.

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