Sounds like a recipe for the permanent implosion of Egypt. Awesome.
The Freedom and Justice Party (FJP) is leading parliamentary polls across Egypt, according to early estimates Wednesday. Egyptians cast their ballots Monday and Tuesday in the first round of parliamentary elections, held in nine governorates. Elections will continue over several phases into January. With the backing of the Muslim Brotherhood and its ability to organize and mobilize supporters, many expected the FJP to dominate the polls. In Luxor, where about 80 percent of ballots have been counted, FJP appears to lead the vote, closely followed by the Salafi Nour Party. The liberal Egyptian Bloc and moderate Wasat Party won far fewer votes in that governorate. For the single-winner professional seat in the governorate, FJP candidate Abdel Mawgoud Dardeer leads over Hatem Mokhtar, the candidate from Jama'a al-Islamiya's Construction and Development Party. For the workers’ seat, Khaled Abdel Moneim Farrag, a former National Democratic Party member and a candidate for Horreya Party, seemed to be leading over Radwan Abu Qareen, a former MP.