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Mubarak to win Egypt polls

EGYPT: Egypt Tuesday awaited the final results of a Parliamentary election expected to deliver sweeping gains for President Hosni Mubarak’s ruling party and a rout for the Islamist opposition.

The United States, meanwhile, voiced concern over “intimidation by security forces” on voting day.

According to government daily Al-Ahram, the National Democratic Party (NDP) won more than 170 of 508 parliamentary seats while the Muslim Brotherhood, Egypt’s main opposition party, failed to win a single seat outright.

Al-Ahram and Al-Masri Al-Yom newspapers said the secular opposition only won six seats, three of which went to the liberal Wafd party. AFP

 

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