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January 21, 2012 3:34 PM

Islamists elected to dominate Egyptian parliament

More than 10 million Egyptians cast votes for the Brotherhood's Freedom and Justice Party, handing it 47 percent of the parliament. But the lack of an outright majority means the FJP must build alliances, most likely with established liberal parties, to keep the focus on issues such as economic initiatives and the transfer of power from Egypt's interim military rulers.

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