posted on Sep, 24 2011 @ 04:44 PM
The PDF which holds the results is apparently unavailable but the results can be found
The 2011 Parliamentary elections are expected to have 8 notable parties contesting. Of the 8 there are two groups of allied parties. Muslim
Brotherhood backed parties share a coalition of Freedom and Justice Party alongside New Wafd Party, together these two parties polled 46.3%. Add in
the Al Nour Party which subscribes to Salafism (which is violent jihad) and you have 52.3% of those polled supporting the Islamist parties. The other
coalition is called the Egyptian Bloc. It is an alliance of Socialists, Communists, Liberals, and Secularists who oppose an Islamist state in Egypt.
Of the parties polled it has the alliance of Free Egyptians and Egyptian Social Democratic Party which together poll 12.7%.
At this time the second largest party in the polls is the Coalition of the Youth of the Revolution. This coalition holds Social Justice Advocates, a
youth organization of the Muslim brotherhood, supporters of ElBaradei, a female revolutionary and activist, and an internet activist with an interest
in social entrepreneurship.
So as it stands the coalition set to win a small majority in Egyptian Parliament will be the Islamist parties.