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n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) (modifier) of or relating to a system of voting in which people vote for a party rather than for a candidate. Parties are assigned the number of seats which reflects their share of the vote. See proportional representation
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Eleven parties are contesting the party lists race in the first constituency, with the list of Egypt's Nationalist Party down to only seven members following the death of Talaat El-Sadat who topped the party list, two months ago.
Gamal Hassan, who tops Al-Nour's party list in Ismailia, said he had no supicions that there would be any foul play during the vote counting process.
Both governorates each have six seats up for grabs in the People's Assembly, including four allocated for the party list and two for the independent candidates.
Party list elections were also held in the second Sohag constituency since they were postponed in the first stage when a court ruled that the ballots must be reprinted to include candidates previously disqualified.
d) The marketer has received assurance from the third party list provider that the individuals whose e-mail addresses appear on that list have consented to receive solicitations online, or they have not opted out when given the chance.
CAIRO: The Muslim Brotherhood's Freedom and Justice Party (FJP) and the Salafi Al-Nour Party will be facing off in the run offs over single winner seats in the second round of parliamentary elections slated for Wednesday and Thursday, having won almost 70 percent of the party list votes in the nine governorates of round two.
The report, issued by the Arab Union on Sunday, details the maximum amounts that should be spent on electoral campaigns, depending on whether it is intended for an individual seat or a party list.
The MHP and the HDP kept a great majority of the candidates who had run on the parties' tickets in the June 7 general election on their lists, while the AK Party list of candidates was the most radically changed.
Members are also voting to determine the frontrunners on the party list for the March 17 general election.
candidate at the top of each party list will be the first to get a seat if his or her party gets enough votes.
Jamal Murtka, Head of Kurdistan Democratic Party list.
Theresa Griffin narrowly missed out on a seat in 2009 as the number three on the Labour party list, when Nick Griffin won a seat for the British National Party.