Final results for Egypt's parliamentary elections

From the Beltone newsletter:

Freedom and Justice Party wins 47.2% of lower house parliamentary seats, followed by Al Nour party winning 24.7% of seats

Freedom and Justice Party wins 47.2% of lower house parliamentary seats, followed by Al Nour party winning 24.7% of seats, Al Ahram reported citing the Head of Egypt’s Higher Elections Council, who announced yesterday the final results for the lower house parliamentary elections. The first session will convene tomorrow led by Dr. Mahmoud El Sakka as the most senior MP, whereby the speaker of parliament and two deputies will be chosen tomorrow. A total of 15 political parties are represented in this parliament of 498 elected seats, while 21 parties were eliminated from party list seats because they did not attain the 0.5% of total votes on the national level. Ten Members of Parliament (MPs) were directly appointed by Head of SCAF Tantawi, who will not be attending the opening session. On the other hand PM Ganzouri will attend. Below are the number of seats won by each of the 15 political parties.

 

1.  Freedom and Justice Party won 127 party list seats and 108 individual seats, representing 47.2% of total parliamentary seats

2.     Al Nour Party won 96 party list seats and 27 individual seats, representing 24.7% of total parliamentary seats

3.     Wafd won 36 party list seats  and two individual seats, representing 7.6% of total parliamentary seats

4.     Egyptian Bloc won 33 party list seats and one individual seat, representing 6.8% of total parliamentary seats

5.     Al Wasat Al Gadeed won 10 party list seats, representing 2% of total parliamentary seats

6.     Reform and Development won 8 party list seats and one individual seat, representing 1.8% of total parliamentary seats

7.     Revolution Continues won 7 party list seat, representing 1.4% of total parliamentary seats

8.     Masr Al Qawmy won 4 party list seat and one individual, representing 1% of total parliamentary seats

9.     Al Hurreya won 4 party list seats, representing 0.8% of total parliamentary seats

10.   Egyptian Citizen won 3 party list seat and one individual seat, representing 0.8% of total parliamentary seats

11.   Al Itihad won two party list seats, representing 0.4% of total parliamentary seats

12.   Arab Egyptian Union won one party list seat, representing 0.2% of total parliamentary seats

13.   Democratic Peace won one party list seat, representing 0.2% of total parliamentary seats

14.   Conservative Party won one individual seat, representing 0.2% of total parliamentary seats

15.   Al Adl won one individual seat, representing 0.2% of total parliamentary seats

By my tally that doesn't quite add up to the right number, but you get the jist. I put these up because I don't see the results elsewhere in English.