Monday, November 23, 2020
Followers of the Egyptian Coalition for Human Rights and Development and the Dialogue Forum for Development and Human Rights follow the run-off of the provinces of the first phase of the 2020 parliamentary elections
On November 23, 24, 2020, the Egyptian Coalition for Human Rights and Development will continue to follow the run-off of the first phase of the 2020 Tawab Council elections in the provinces of Giza, Minya, Assiut, Sohag, Beni Suef, Qena, Fayoum, Luxor, Aswan, New Valley, Alexandria, Matrouh and El-Bahira.”
The run-off is held in 13 provinces as follows:
1. Giza governorate between (4) candidates for two seats.
2. Alexandria province among (26) candidates on (13) seats.
3. Fayoum Ben (14) candidates for (7) seats.
4. Minya Province between (30) candidates for (15) seats.
5. Assiut province between (24) candidates on (12) seats.
6. The province of the new valley between (4) candidates on (2) seats,
7. Beni Suef Ben (16) candidates for (8) seats,
8. Sohag Bain Province (28) candidates for (14) seats,
9. Qena Bain Province (18) candidates for (9) seats.
10. Luxor province among (6) candidates on (3) seats.
11. Aswan province between (10) candidates on (5) seats.
12. Lake District between (36) candidate on (18) seats.
13. Matrouh province among (4) candidates for (2) seats.
The Red Sea governorate came out of the run-off after the candidates won all the seats allocated to it and were defeated in the first round.
It is worth mentioning that:
• Voting in the (initial) phase was conducted within (14) provinces with a total number of voters (31,719,224) voters within (71) constituencies allocated to it (143) seats in the individual voting system In addition to the number (142) seats in the closed list system, while the voting process took place in the second phase of the number of (13) provinces distributed to (72) constituencies allocated (141) seats by the individual voting system and (142) seats under the closed list system.
• The results showed that (32) candidates in the first round representing (16.2%) won their seats from the first round and the survival of (110) electoral seats distributed among (54) constituencies for a second round of voting between (220) candidates. Also, of the 72 districts in the second phase, the elections were decided by winning 20 districts, which were divided between (4) provinces by 27.8%.
• 9,069,729 voters participated in the first phase (28.06%). The turnout in the second phase of the 2020 House of Representatives elections was 29.5% with 9,289,199 voters out of a total of 31,480,127 voters.