From the BBC:
Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood says it won at least 13 seats in the second round of parliamentary elections on Sunday.
The opposition group’s gains have yet to be confirmed by official results after a day’s voting marred by clashes.
The Brotherhood more than doubled its number of seats in the first round of balloting, gaining 34 seats.
The group is banned in Egypt but fields candidates as independents. An Islamist supporter was killed by a gang of thugs in Alexandria on Sunday, monitors said…
Islamist supporters say many were stopped from voting
“The success recorded by the Muslim Brotherhood during the first phase sparked fear in the regime, which cannot bear the presence of opposition in parliament,” said group’s deputy leader Mohammed Habib in an interview with AFP.
“The NDP could see it was going to lose and resorted to violence and thugs against the Muslim Brotherhood. All this was aimed at preventing people from voting,” he added.
The interior ministry said most of the violence was started by supporters of Islamist candidates…