Egypt’s Electoral Geography Revealed
“[E]stablish Egypt as a modern civil state in which science plays an important role, and to create equality and social justice in the country. The objectives of the Bloc also include to make a decent life possible for the poorer population, including education, health care and proper housing. It advocates a pluralistic, multiparty democracy and rejects religious, racial, and sexual discrimination.”
As the second map shows, the ultra-conservative Salafist party, Al-Nour, received relatively few votes in Cairo. This party did very well, however, in the western desert, in the agricultural Fayoum Depression, and in large parts of the Nile Delta.
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