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or Indications from the first round of voting in Egypt's parliamentary election suggest Islamist parties have come out on top. The outcome of this complex and lengthy vote will not be known until January, but the Muslim Brotherhood's Freedom and Justice Party is believed to have done well from a turnout of 62 per cent. The once-banned Brotherhood had been expected to reap the benefits of decades of social and religious work in the community.