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the body of voters who elect a representative for their area

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In the release, the NEC urged the National Assembly to rapidly confirm the electoral districts for the June election.
While the previous 26 electoral districts have been reduced to just 15, the number and sectarian division of seats remains largely unchanged.
The last row of Table 3 summarizes the results of the first round of the 2014 elections, aggregated over all 6,266 electoral districts.
John Twining Clement, Member for the electoral district of Niagara Falls (1971 to 1975)
The initiative that gathers all the main players of political parties in Egypt is poised to start work on the parties' version of electoral districts law amendments on 14 May.
Four candidates compete for MP mandate in 127 electoral districts and three candidates in 8 electoral districts.
Cairo: The Egyptian government on Wednesday approved a draft law on electoral districts, clearing the last hurdle for holding the long-awaited parliamentary elections.
His Royal Highness Prime Minister Prince Khalifa bin Salman Al Khalifa last night issued a resolution on demarcating municipal electoral districts, constituencies and sub-committees.
35 of 2014 on demarcating municipal electoral districts, constituencies and sub-committees.
Geographic Information Systems (GIS)-generated maps of Yemen s 301 electoral districts.
Presidents of parliamentary groups agreed to keep the same number of electoral districts retained in the October 23 elections and adopt the principles of parity, electoral threshold and financing of the election campaign.
26, the date a lower house council began work on revising single-seat electoral districts a year ago.
Heritage Party reports that, according to the data received from 42 electoral districts, its leader Raffi Hovhannisian
Formed in early October, the subcommittee, which includes MPs from the March 8 and March 14 parties, was tasked with studying the type of the electoral system and the distribution of electoral districts in the absence of Cabinet members or representatives.
Mohamed Morsi has issued an amendment to a law which means that Egyptians will not be able to cast their vote outside their designated electoral districts.