Mortada Mansour is backing up … a resounding surprise in the...

Journalist Wael Al-Munji, a correspondent for Sada Al-Balad channel in the Dakahlia governorate, said that 3 candidates top the indicators of the vote counting processes after completing the counting of 10% of the votes in the parliament elections in the Mit Ghamr district in Dakahlia, and they are, Ahmed Al-Alfi, Badawi Abdel-Latif, and Murtada Mansour.

And he continued, during a telephone conversation with journalist Ahmed Musa, on the program “On My Responsibility”, broadcast on Sada Al-Balad channel, that Mortada Mansour was in second place, then he became third.

He explained that the department has more than 610 thousand votes, and no candidate can declare his victory far from the National Authority, and it is illogical for a candidate to announce his victory at this early time.

He pointed out that the momentum Mortada Mansour enjoyed in the 2015 elections no longer exists in the current elections.

This morning, the elections for the second phase of the House of Representatives elections began, and thousands of observers are awaiting the heated battle in the Mit Ghamr Center, in which 35 candidates are competing, including Mortada Mansour, President of the Zamalek Club.

A number of social networking leaders launched Twitter # Mortada_Mansour, and the hashtag topped the list of the most popular social media sites on Twitter, and a large number of social media users interacted with it.

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