The Freedom and Justice Party (FJP) won 235 seats in the new People’s Assembly, or 47.18 percent, the head of the committee, Abdel Moez Ibrahim said.
The FJP secured 127 seats on party lists and its candidates won another 108 in first-past-the-post constituency votes.
The landmark election was the first since the overthrow of veteran president Hosni Mubarak in February last year.
The People’s Assembly, or lower house of parliament, is made up of 498 elected MPs and 10 appointed by the ruling military.
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